Jenkins had written entirely from secondary literature—no interviews or excavation of legal documents.
The Sounds of East Los Angeles, an excavation of the underappreciated genre that gave us Ritchie Valens.
He, not Hylton, the author of Vanished, is the one who has done most of the research on the pilots and their excavation process.
I was writing an article for Outside, whose expense money helped finance the excavation.
“He is in a row,” says Erin Kimmerle, an associate professor of anthropology with USF, who is leading the excavation.
excavation in Palestine has failed to furnish examples of Hebrew work.
Soon after, I descended from the tree, and went to the excavation.
There may have been an excavation or pit similar to that in which the Hurons buried their dead.
And it was Togi's excavation which brought Shann a first ray of hope.
But at last I am rewarded, and the larva is just beginning its excavation.
excavation ex·ca·va·tion (ěk'skə-vā'shən)
A natural cavity, pouch, or recess.
A cavity formed artificially or as the result of a pathological process.