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You're not handlin' pay dirt, though it's about as expensive!
Embankments of pay dirt were erected and strengthened by green logs.
Its foundations rest upon gold bearing earth, and even now in digging cellars, quite in the town, pay dirt is found.
His pay dirt while being washed averaged $250 an hour to each man shoveling in.
Pay dirt's badly broken up, but we'll fix things different when we strike it fair.
After “puddling out” a few potfuls of the pay dirt, we decided to move the cradles.
In the first place, shafts have to be dug forty or fifty feet deep to the lodes, where the pay dirt is found.
In placer mining the pay dirt is washed by the simplest methods, such as were practised in California during the pioneer days.
Since the season was well advanced, the men and boys prepared themselves to wash the pay dirt whenever found.
Bill laughed as the old man vanished beyond the piles of pay dirt, which had been converted into defences.