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Mine

A slang term in foreign exchange indicating a willingness to buy.
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Each miner maintains the ledger of all past transactions (the blockchain) where transactions are arranged in blocks.
One miner has also been rescued in an injured state while six of his colleagues remain trapped inside.
Over this 18-month period, miners with one year or less of experience at a mine suffered 903 injuries, compared to 418 for those who had worked at a mine between one and two years.
What is required is a quick and easy scheme so every living miner with a legitimate claim is now properly compensated.
The game has now been re-released as Retro Miner and is available in the Apple and Google app stores.
Fourteen-year-old miner Engin Demirel told the Meydan daily that things have improved since Soma, that wages have increased and conditions have gotten better.
Temporary reinstatement puts the miner back into his old position with regular pay while MSHA completes its investigation.
Ali (Alun) Thomas, a striking Blaenant miner in 1984, now leader of Neath Port Talbot Council, played a key part in the alliance, as he was sent to London to receive a cheque at a gay pub in London on behalf of the strikers and their families, the money having being raised by the gay community in the UK capital which was forming a considerable lobby group due to the Aids issue.
My father, as he lay dying with pneumoconiosis, said: "If I had my life to live over again, I would be a miner.
Bringing Miner on board is sure to spark more speculation about Perry's intentions for both potential races.
Whether any selection factors affected miner participation is unclear; therefore, prevalence of CWP might not be representative of all U.
CHILE'S rescued miners yesterday endured a bittersweet anniversary of their ordeal as they were hailed as heroes in their hometown before coming under attack from anti-government protesters.