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and I wouldn't like it to get out; but there ain't only just the one way: we got to dig him out with the picks, and LET ON it's case-knives.
He asserted that he was going to pick more than anyone that day, but mother; of course no one could pick so much as mother; that reminded him of the trials which Aphrodite put upon the curious Psyche, and he began to tell his children the story of her love for the unseen bridegroom.
From the grass roots down," he muttered in an awestricken voice, as he swung his pick into the yielding surface.
Again he climbed the slide, but this time he climbed higher, carrying the pick and shovel with him.
They were too much absorbed in hating themselves -- hating the ill luck that made them take the spade and the pick there.
One of the others commenced to ply his pick to the ground.
The rat-faced one now called to the men who had remained at the boat, and they came slowly up the bank carrying picks and shovels.
When this work was accomplished, the miners resumed their picks and cut away the rock from underneath the wheel itself, taking care to support it as they advanced upon blocks of great thickness.
The sounds of the picks against the rock, the bursting of mines, the grinding of the machines, the wreaths of smoke scattered through the air, traced around Stones Hill a circle of terror which the herds of buffaloes and the war parties of the Seminoles never ventured to pass.
The system will allocate product to boxes either by volume or by definable product size that means the most appropriate box size is used to pick each order.
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In case-picking operations where workers need two hands to pick products, they often lose time juggling products and their hand-held scanners.