Hole

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Other articles related to "hole, holes":

Plastic Mulch - Planting
... As the drum presses a spike into the plastic a hole is punched a water flows into the punched hole ... can then place a plant in the hole ...
Darning Cloth
... the thread in the fabric on the edge of the hole and carrying it across the gap ... threads are criss-crossed over the hole, the hole will eventually be covered with a mass of thread ... Often the hole is cut into a square or darn blends into the fabric ...
Resplendent Quetzal - Behavior - Breeding
... When breeding, females lay two pale blue eggs in a nest placed in a hole which they carve in a rotten tree ... tail-covert feathers folded forwards over the back and out of the hole, where they tend to look like a bunch of fern growing out of the hole ...
Hole, Norway - Twin Towns — Sister Cities
... of twin towns and sister cities in Norway The following cities are twinned with Hole Faaborg-Midtfyn, Denmark Hólmavík, Iceland Kustavi, Finland ...
P-type Semiconductor
... to increase the number of free charge carriers (in this case positive holes) ... material and the vacancy left behind by the electron is known as a hole ... The purpose of p-type doping is to create an abundance of holes ...

Famous quotes containing the word hole:

    The more supple vagabond, too, is sure to appear on the least rumor of such a gathering, and the next day to disappear, and go into his hole like the seventeen-year locust, in an ever-shabby coat, though finer than the farmer’s best, yet never dressed.... He especially is the creature of the occasion. He empties both his pockets and his character into the stream, and swims in such a day. He dearly loves the social slush. There is no reserve of soberness in him.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Wondrous hole! Magical hole! Dazzlingly influential hole! Noble and effulgent hole! From this hole everything follows logically: first the baby, then the placenta, then, for years and years and years until death, a way of life. It is all logic, and she who lives by the hole will live also by its logic. It is, appropriately, logic with a hole in it.
    Cynthia Ozick (b. 1928)

    Imperious Caesar, dead and turned to clay,
    Might stop a hole to keep the wind away.
    O that that earth which kept the world in awe
    Should patch a wall t’expel the winter’s flaw!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)