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Mine

A slang term in foreign exchange indicating a willingness to buy.
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2 -- color -- ran in SAC edition only) T-shirts reading Blast Transit Mixed Concrete are handed out to mine foes before buses head to Tuesday's hearing.
Bottoms, president of the Mine Warfare Association (MINWARA), an educational organization in Monterey, Calif.
Company Paternalism, the State, and the Reorganization of Gender Relations in the El Teniente Copper Mine
At first, Luis didn't feel a thing; he even remembers wondering, for a split second, if his friend had stepped on a mine.
As surface and ground waters pass through mine wastes and abandoned mines, they dissolve sulfuric acid and toxic metals.
Conducting mock drills for designated mine staff, e.
CEMI will be headquartered on the Laurentian University campus and will focus on key areas of research in mineral exploration, mining tele-robotics, mine process engineering, deep mining and environmental reclamation.
In gratitude for a gold mine of a tourist attraction, the Venezuelan government gave each of the men a mining concession.
Old mine openings may be partially caved in or mine timbers rotted, presenting physical hazards.
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.