(1) Since the eighteenth century, it has been possible not only to excavate the remarkable remains beneath the lava flows, but also to appropriate the amazing findings concerning Roman bourgeois life and decoration into modernity.(2) They're used in tight spaces to excavate water, sewer, and gas lines; to install septic tanks; and to handle landscaping and loading tasks, among other uses.(3) the cheapest way of doing this was to excavate a long trench(4) They excavate burrows in soil or use natural rock crevices, or they may use old burrows.(5) These are people working with hoses and shorthandled shovels and picks, and then they excavate all of that burning material and they just keep moving around the perimeter.(6) A group of Japanese archeologists plans to excavate an archaeological site in central Afghanistan that may have been an important center of Buddhism.(7) Cane rats also are good diggers and excavate shallow burrows as shelters.(8) Soil texture won't change unless you literally excavate your soil and replace it.(9) James inefectually tried to excavate a droplet of water from his ear.(10) The toad doesn't really need us to make him a home, both the spadefoot and Colorado river toad can excavate burrows almost three feet deep.(11) A team from the Oxford Archaeological Unit was engaged to excavate and reveal the archaeology for a public audience.(12) TV bosses, believed to be from the US arm of the station, have contacted the NUM seeking permission to excavate the grounds.(13) Lynn will receive training so she can excavate sites, remove fossils and artifacts, and carefully map the finds.(14) Scarlet macaws, blue and gold macaws, and hosts of smaller birds perch together in their hundreds to excavate the best clay layer along a riverbank.(15) They've also had problems with Intergen (the firm that wants to excavate underground gas caverns near Aldbrough).(16) With a shovel, excavate soil to create a level planting base.