Nearby, a yellow Caterpillar excavator sits idle next to an opening that once led into a cross-border tunnel.
As to the roof, we can only make surmises, as the excavator has furnished us with no material on this point.
Of course Dr. Munro nowhere suggests that any excavator is the guilty “faker.”
The excavation has been effected by hand, by dredging, and by the Couvreux excavator, figured as below in Engineering.
These have as yet been untouched by the spade of the excavator.
There are hundreds of sites of ancient cities which abundantly repay the excavator.
At one time the male, at another the female, is the excavator.
In the cave closed up by this slab the excavator discovered the remains of seventeen human skeletons!
That is, he said he was an excavator, but I never saw anything before that looked at all like him.
The principal barrow has recently been opened by Fauvel: few or no relics, as vases, etc. were found by the excavator.
excavator ex·ca·va·tor (ěk'skə-vā'tər)
An instrument, such as a sharp spoon or curette, used in scraping out pathological tissue.