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Ore

A division of the Danish krone, Norwegian krone, or Swedish krona. The ore is worth 1/100 of one unit of each currency.
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The principle of Caveat Venditor (Let the seller beware) must be emphasized, Hence this bill provides for the mandatory domestic processing of all mineral ores," he explained.
A permit specifying the origin and destination and quantity of nonprocessed mineral ores or minerals shall be required for their transport.
Alvarez said one of the reasons for the insignificant contribution of the mining industry to the country's economy was that mineral ores in the country, after being mined or extracted, while still unprocessed, were already being exported directly to foreign countries as raw materials.
As it was mentioned in the introduction, a mineral ore from the mining district of Vetas (Santander) was used for the research.
Faced with severe supply constraints, Asian economies are increasingly tapping the fossil fuels, mineral ores and timber of other continents.
Presently, there is an increase in the development of copper, gold, silver, molybdenum, iron, zinc, lead and other mineral ores in Chile, which is helping the local market expand, the buyer noted.
Addressing the inaugural ceremony of 'Utilization of Mineral Ores Project' in Mosa Khail, Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani stated that up to five million tons of coal reservoirs were existed in Mosa Khail that would give fifteen years of employment opportunities to the inhabitants.
Though it is rich in mineral ores, extraction is at a rudimentary stage and ores are usually exported out of the country as raw material in the absence of any secondary industry.
Naxals are often helpless people who have been exploited, their mineral ores seized and their existence threatened.
The Romans are known to have mined mineral ores from the northern deposits, and documentary evidence of their work can be traced at least as far back as the 12th century.
Parys Mountain contains rich mineral ores which will become valuable once the global economy, and China in particular, picks up.
Focusing on rocks and mineral ores, the next three chapters chronologically describe the development of stamp mills and crushers, roller mills, and tumbling mills.