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Mine

A slang term in foreign exchange indicating a willingness to buy.
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To detect, nominate the templated minefields that impact future operations as named areas of interest (NAIs).
"One [side of the road] was an anti-tank minefield, the other was an anti-personnel minefield," he recounts to delegates now stood in the middle of five parallel rows of land mines.
A mine went off and they realised they had run into a minefield, probably put there by Soviet troops during their invasion in the early 1980s.
Harry added: "My hope is that through this collaboration minefields can be cleared, land can be protected, wildlife can be free to return to where they roamed."
Craig said "It has been an extraordinary experience because I have been able to sort of get close to the people working on the ground in minefields, the deminers."
Summary: A blanket of snow has covered signs on roads in south Lebanon that warn of minefields and unexploded ordnance left behind by the Israeli army, creating a dangerous situation for residents.
It makes for tense viewing - just the slightest movement in the unmarked minefield, left behind by the Soviet invasion in the 1980s, could trigger a deadly explosion.
He helped South Korea transition to peace, marking and fencing minefields, establishing the Demilitarized Zone, and removing bodies of war casualties.
A security source said that the minefield was planted in order to obstruct the progress of military and security forces, who are fighting against al-Qaeda in Shabwa and Abyan provinces.
We are also marking minefields, removing mines and educating people about the threat.
Simmons said that the Princess of Wales was absolutely terrified and very nervous that her enemies, dubbed "men in grey suits", had arranged for live mines to be planted on the minefield to blow her up.