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A slang term in foreign exchange indicating a willingness to buy.
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Coal seam thickness (m) Coal seam distance (m) Minimum- Coal seam maximum Minimum-maximum number (#) Average Average 3 6.1-6.8 6.3 9 0.3-1.0 42.6-63.2 0.6 53.2 21.0-34.1 15 2.4-4.0 28.1 3.0 Coal seam Floor number (#) Rooflithology lithology Workability 3 Mudstone Mudstone Completely Siltstone Siltstone minable 9 Mudstone Mudstone Partially Siltstone Siltstone minable 15 Limestone Mudstone Partially Siltstone minable Table 2: Representative methane extraction effect of surface wells in the abandoned mine.
Iran has long been rated as devoid of large deposits of minable uranium.
It is estimated that the minable coal reserve is about 114.5 billion tons and accounts for about 70% of the country's primary energy consumption at present.
According to the village exploration team, 40% of the 50 acre land is minable and the mine has a projected life of two years.
This not only reduces search time and improves accuracy of the report, these discrete data elements also become minable for research and teaching purposes and can be used to track clinical trends within a population of patients.
Para el caso de la segunda vista minable, se obtuvieron los siguientes resultados:
Diamond Gold Corporation has more than 3,000 acres of minable ground in increments of 40 to 160 acres each in an area between the Kahiltna River and the Yenlo Hills.
It's also plentiful: Kemper sits near a minable reserve of more than 3.5 billion metric tons of lignite.
Underground Observations of 15 Mined through Vertical Boreholes Stimulated by Hydraulic Fracturing to Degasify Minable Coal Seams--a Summary to Evaluate Effect of Mine Roof.
Information about the field's boundaries, or about the mine threat itself, might be insufficient; the size of the minable area might exceed the range of the off-board systems; or the enemy might know about the concept and mine the mother ship's approach route.
A user generally stores one or more private keys in a file known as a "wallet." Most digital currencies, including dogecoin, are generally similar to bitcoin but differ with regard to the lode of minable coins and the technical details associated with processing transactions of the respective currency.
Commenting on the results, Steve Sharpe, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company said, "We are delighted with the initial drill results from our Babjak target which prove that significant grades across minable widths exist within the mineralized zones and indicate continuity of the mineralization to at least 150 meters vertical depth.