Ex Mine

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Ex Mine

An agreement between a buyer and a seller relating to the price one owes to the other with respect to the development of a mineral.
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Ex-mine worker John, his wife Kay and 18-year-old Mark were part of a syndicate - the other members were Kay's sister Linda Leech, John's brother James Morgan, and sister Mary Morgan -who won almost pounds 9.5million on the National Lottery just before Christmas.
The largest contribution to ex-mine revenue continued to come from asbestos at E32.4 million in 1990, a rise of 27% on the 1989 figure.
More than 500,000 claims have been registered on behalf of ex-mine workers suffering from respiratory diseases or vibration white finger, a condition which affects hands and arms.
Nationwide, 500,000 claims have been registered on behalf of ex-mine workers suffering from respiratory diseases or vibration white finger, a condition which affects hands and arms.
Nationwide, more than 500,000 claims have been registered on behalf of ex-mine workers suffering from respiratory diseases or vibration white finger, a condition which affects hands and arms.
In illustrating how pangs of hunger haunts the ex-mine workers, Mr Tambula told the President of how the houses of the former employees of BCL are stuffed with nothing, but cockroaches.
Among their topics are the surface water retention potential of different grass species to improve urban storm water management, a feasibility study of wind power generation potential in peninsular Malaysia, ex-mine area sustainability: evaluating levels of contamination due to heavy metals from soil characterization, water-based pack carburizing technique: a heat treatment practice for a sustainable environment, and the compression strength of open-cell aluminum foam produced by green sand casting using the energy conserving lost-foam technique.