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Mine

A slang term in foreign exchange indicating a willingness to buy.
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Scouts and members of Hezbollah's health committee were spread across the region to warn visitors about likely locations of active minefields and unexploded munitions.
It was very dangerous work and it was in a Tyneside minefield that an anti-tank mine went off without warning, killing two officers.
That was a tough day, not so much because we were in a minefield, but because we lost a soldier that day," Sgt.
In Mozambique, where 3 million mines were planted during 30 years of war, the rats are clearing minefields from land that can then be used for farming.
It's tremendous," he said during his visit to a minefield in Bagram, about 100km north of Kabul.
PRINCE HARRY evoked memories of his mother as he visited a charity clearing minefields in Mozambique yesterday.
His cousin, Alaa, was killed earlier after falling from a=20 helicopter that airlifted him from a minefield.
In The Minefield, Greg Lockhart explains the origins, impact and demise of the minefield.
And she clearly knew all about Cpl Paul Hartley's incredible bravery in an unmarked minefield in Afghanistan last September which saved his comrades' lives.
Realising it was too dangerous for anyone else to enter the minefield he bravely climbed a rock face with one leg to save his own life.
One man's minefield is another penguin's security fence.
In co-operation with their handlers they can scour 100 square metres of minefield in 30 minutes with 100 per cent accuracy.