1 A man may dig his grave with his teeth.
2 You would have to dig up the plant yourself.
3 During the dig, the archeological team found some relics from the Stone Age.
4 Richer countries must dig deeper into their pockets if global problems, such as pollution, are to be solved.
5 They dig a small hole in the sand to bury their eggs.
6 Every item found on the archaeological dig is given a code number.
7 People dig or pan for gold or diamonds, risking their lives in shallow mines which frequently collapse.
8 Luck! -- the splendor of it was beyond all imagination! Six hundred dollars was money enough to make half a dozen boys rich! Here was treasure-hunting under the happiest auspices -- there would not be any bothersome uncertainty as to where to dig.
9 I have no way of confirming this so called sensational story, you have to dig for more stories on this to be sure.
10 Things being so uncertain, what I recommend is this: that we really dig right in, as quickly as we can.
11 Weeks before, nearly 10,000 police officers had raided his church's compound in the largest manhunt in South Korean history, with a fleet of backhoes to dig up underground hiding places, only to leave empty-handed.
12 A new Danish expedition is again excavating the site in annual summer digs.
13 The female digs a pit in which to lay the eggs.
14 They were digging up worms to use for bait.
15 The battalion went directly to the airport to begin digging in.