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List Of Unused Highways In Massachusetts - Inside 128 - Boston
... View before the Big Dig ... The interchange has been completed and stubs removed since the Big Dig was completed ... That set of ramp stubs disappeared when the Big Dig was completed and the old, elevated highway torn down, though a few can still be seen on Google maps ...
Sri Lanka Police Service - Notable Officers Killed in The Line of Duty or Assassinated
... De Silva - Senior DIG Colombo Range, Killed by a LTTE suicide bomb attack on 18 December 1999 ... DIG Terrance Perera - Director, Counter Subversive Division shot dead on 12 December 1987 in Talangama ... DIG Bennet Perera - Director, Criminal Investigation Department (CID) shot dead on 1 May 1989 in Mount Lavinia DIG Charles Wijewardene - Superintendent of Police, Jaffna abducted and ...
Mary Jane Garcia - In The News - Women Fighting For Ban Targeted
... Cockfighting group wants to 'dig up dirt' about three people pushing for law Cockfighting enthusiasts have been using an Internet bulletin board to discuss plans to "di ... "I have the tools to dig but I just need to know whose grave I'm digging," said a message from Fred Crane of Gamefowl News, a Web site and emailed newsletter based in San Diego ... "Whatever grave they want to dig for me-go ahead and dig it," Garcia said ...
SV Grödig
... Sportverein Grödig is an Austrian association football club from Grödig ... The team currently competes in the Austrian Bundesliga, the highest league in Austrian football ...

Famous quotes containing the word dig:

    I am against nature. I don’t dig nature at all. I think nature is very unnatural. I think the truly natural things are dreams, which nature can’t touch with decay.
    Bob Dylan [Robert Allen Zimmerman] (b. 1941)

    We didn’t come to dig in Egypt for medals. Much more is learned from studying bits of broken pottery than from all the sensational finds. Our job is to increase the sum of human knowledge of the past, not to satisfy our own curiosity.
    John L. Balderston (1899–1954)

    If we make a couple of discoveries here and there we need not believe things will go on like this for ever.... Just as we hit water when we dig in the earth, so we discover the incomprehensible sooner or later.
    —G.C. (Georg Christoph)