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Mine

A slang term in foreign exchange indicating a willingness to buy.
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These mines are of copper, and the ore is all shipped to Swansea, to be smelted.
A few improvements have likewise been introduced in some of the simple machinery; but even to the present day, water is removed from some mines by men carrying it up the shaft in leathern bags!
The next morning we rode to the mines, which are situated at the distance of some leagues, near the summit of a lofty hill.
It was the nation's deadliest coal mine accident in seventeen years.
In what Still calls a "significant event," the almost century old underground Dome mine was reopened earlier this year after being placed on care and maintenance in 2004.
It matters whether the mine is above or below ground.
The Bush Administration bluntly explained why it would not sign the mine ban treaty.
If successful, Barrick plans to start production in 2009 and operate the open-pit mine for 21 years.
Among these, three hydrogeological modeling papers address the issues of water rebound in an underground tin mine, depressurization of a pit wall in an open-pit copper mine and structural control of contaminant migration in a tailings impoundment of a lead-zinc mine.
You know, our belief in the usefulness of mine detecting dogs goes back to our own experience using dogs to find explosives and perform other special functions during World War II and in Vietnam.
The initial goal of the ADTI-MMS is to develop a series of workbooks for mine managers and planners, consultants, regulators, and others that compile and-analyze existing technical information on environmental mine waste management.