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1. What does Navvying mean? Present participle of navvy

Navvying, Navvy

2. Many men turned to Navvying when the New Poor Law put an end to easy parish handouts (a Victorian dependency culture); others were 12-year men released from the Army with pensions

Navvying, New

3. My great-grandfather was a Cornish tin miner who took to Navvying in the tunnels of the Carlisle-Settle line in the 1860s

Navvying

4. Navvying was an itinerant way of life

Navvying

5. Pick-and-Shovel Work: A polite phrase for Navvying

Navvying

6. Irish involvement in railway construction was negligible in the eastern and central parts of England, where Irish immigration was uncommon during the 19 th century, and although many Irish did settle in the southeast, in and around London, there was a greater variety of unskilled labouring job opportunities there, and so railway Navvying could

Negligible, Navvying

7. John Shaw Neilson was an Australian poet.Slightly built, for most of his life he worked as a labourer, fruit-picking, clearing scrub, Navvying and working in quarries, and, after 1928, working as a messenger with the Country Roads Board in Melbourne.Largely …

Neilson, Navvying

8. Navvying NOTES -- Heritage Open Days & Paulton Dry Dock SHAREHOLDERS OF THE S.C.C

Navvying, Notes

9. And I’ld bet that there might have been lads from all over working there Navvying to build it

Navvying

10. Literary usage of Navvying Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature: 1

Navvying

11. Last week we had 2 fruitful days "Navvying" in the sunshine with our new neighbours filling in the lethal potholes on our shared drive

Navvying, New, Neighbours

12. Navvying started with the building of canals in the 18th century and the word was carried forward to railway building and road construction in the 19thcentury

Navvying

13. Slightlybuilt, for most of his life, John Shaw Neilson worked as a labourer, fruit-picking, clearing scrub, Navvying and working in quarries, and, after 1928, working as a messenger with the Country Roads Board in Melbourne.

Neilson, Navvying

14. William's first job was Navvying on the Newcastle Wallsend Coal Company's line and afterwards he worked for many years at the Wallsend Colliery

Navvying, Newcastle

15. Brief stints Navvying on the Okataina and Manawahē roads then led to a spell tree planting in Waipā

Navvying

16. Time was never of the essence, only getting the story 'properly true'.Jeff Carter began working as an itinerant, toiling in the fishing, fruit and sugar industries, and Navvying on the roads

Never, Navvying

17. Slightlybuilt, for most of his life, John Shaw Neilson worked as a labourer, fruit-picking, clearing scrub, Navvying and working in quarries, and, after 1928, working as a messenger with the Country Roads Board in Melbourne.

Neilson, Navvying

18. I learned the words Navvying and waulking now

Navvying, Now

19. Spring in the ‘seventies,—Navvying on dock and line

Navvying

20. Navvying is a prime example, but one could consider too the puddlers and shinglers in the rolling mills, turning pig-iron into bars, the alkali workers stirring vats of caustic soda, and a whole spectrum of occupations in what the Factory legislation of the 1890s was belatedly to recognize as ÒdangerousÓ

Navvying

21. Forrest after exemplary Navvying

Navvying

22. Bought this to go with Thomas as just a plain oval would become a little boring, grandaughter loves it and 'Navvying skills' of both dad and grandad are pressed into service to create new layouts

Navvying, New

23. Not trying to stir up hatred, trying to stir up a bit of Navvying

Not, Navvying

24. My great-grandfather was a Cornish tin miner who took to Navvying in the tunnels of the Carlisle-Settle line in the 1860s

Navvying

25. The days when large numbers of Irishmen and Scots were working in England were the years when Navvying was common

Numbers, Navvying

26. The days when large numbers of Irishmen and Scots were working in England were the years when Navvying was common

Numbers, Navvying

27. Help to start the project by permitting the contractor to to settle on the site and Navvying

Navvying

28. Every weekend, when my sisters were Navvying to make a garden round the little house we built, I sailed off on my bicycle to play golf

Navvying

29. Slightlybuilt, for most of his life, John Shaw Neilson worked as a labourer, fruit-picking, clearing scrub, Navvying and working in quarries, and, after 1928, working as a messenger with the Country Roads Board in Melbourne

Neilson, Navvying

30. Words that start with the letter n and that end in g and containing v: navigating, Navvying, negativing Click for more words beginning with the letter n and that end in g and containing v

Navigating, Navvying, Negativing

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    What does navvyed mean?

    navvy ( third-person singular simple present navvies, present participle navvying, simple past and past participle navvied ) But by pretending to believe he's navvied before, I've given him double reason to drive himself hard. Before my time of navvying I believe the times were still worse.

    What does navvies mean?

    navvy (plural navvies) (chiefly Britain) A laborer on a civil engineering project such as a canal or railroad.

    What does navvy mean?

    navvy ( third-person singular simple present navvies, present participle navvying, simple past and past participle navvied ) ( Britain, intransitive) To carry out physical labor on a civil engineering project . quotations .

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