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Excavated
Excavate Ex"ca*vate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Excavated; p. pr. & vb. n. Excavating.] [L. excavatus, p. p. of excavare to excavate; ex out + cavare to make hollow, cavus hollow. See Cave.] 1. To hollow out; to form cavity or hole in; to make hollow by cutting, scooping, or digging; as, to excavate a ball; to excavate the earth. 2. To form by hollowing; to shape, as a cavity, or anything that is hollow; as, to excavate a canoe, a cellar, a channel. 3. (Engin.) To dig out and remove, as earth. The material excavated was usually sand. --E. L. Corthell. Excavating pump, a kind of dredging apparatus for excavating under water, in which silt and loose material mixed with water are drawn up by a pump. --Knight.

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- by James Rollins Excavation: A Memoir, a 2014 memoir by Wendy C. Ortiz Excavate (disambiguation) Excavator (disambiguation) Excavata, a taxonomic grouping...
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- In geometry, the excavated dodecahedron is a star polyhedron that looks like a dodecahedron with concave pentagonal pyramids in place of its faces. Its...
- triakis icosahedron with concave pyramids rather than convex ones. The excavated dodecahedron can be seen as the same process applied to a regular dodecahedron...
- Pleistocene and Holocene lions excavated in Europe since the early 19th century. The first lion fossil was excavated in southern Germany, and described...
- stone, rock, construction aggregate, riprap, sand, gravel, or slate is excavated from the ground. The operation of quarries is regulated in some jurisdictions...
- Bodo (/ˈboʊdoʊ/) is a genus of microscopic kinetoplastids, flagellate excavates first described in 1831 by Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg. The genus is...
- The Burnt House Museum (aka Katros House) is a museum presenting an excavated house from the Second Temple period situated six metres below current street...
- It contains Ancient Gr**** and Etruscan items, many of which have been excavated in the surrounding province. The museum also has a restoration laboratory...
- inflows. Face sizes in excess of 10 metres can be excavated in this manner. The face is excavated using a backactor arm or cutter head to within 150mm...