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> Regarding "piles" I honestly don't know if that is what they are. That
> is the "google translation" from Hebrew to English, and we don't have
> an English speaking construction person here to give me the real
> terminology in English.... SO, any help you can give would be good.
That suggests another approach: Ask a Hebrew-speaking construction person what the correct verb is in Hebrew, and then translate that into English.
(I'm guessing it will be drive.)
Richard G. Combs
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