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    verb (used without object), dug or (Archaic) digged, dig·ging. to break up, turn over, or remove earth, sand, etc., as with a shovel, spade, bulldozer, or claw; make an excavation. to make one's way or work by or as by removing or turning over material: to dig .

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    dig is a network administration command-line tool for querying the Domain Name System (DNS). dig is useful for network troubleshooting and for educational purposes. It can operate based on command line option and flag arguments, or in batch mode by .

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    G Suite Toolbox Dig Help G Suite Toolbox home Home. Browserinfo Check MX Dig HAR Analyzer Log Analyzer Log.

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    is the national call-before-you-dig phone number. Anyone who plans to dig should call or go to their state center’s website before digging to request that the approximate location of buried utilities be marked with paint or flags so that you don’t unintentionally dig into an underground utility line. Learn More.

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    ‎Just dig with your fingers — and guide the ball to the cup. It's easy, yet challenging. There is often a trick to solve the levels, sometimes you need take advantage of the objects' speed, sometimes you need to make objects collide, but often it is enough to use your intuitive thinking.

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    dig (dĭg) v. dug (dŭg), dig·ging, digs leututognabarlilittmortpertietopfirs.coinfo 1. To break up, turn over, or remove (earth or sand, for example), as with a shovel, spade, or snout, or with claws, paws or hands. 2. a. To make or form by removing earth or other material: dig a trench; dug my way out of the snow. b. To prepare (soil) by loosening or cultivating. 3. a. To obtain or.

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    DIG improves the nutrition and livelihoods of uniquely vulnerable communities by planting restorative gardens that grow health, wealth, and a sense of belonging.

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