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Mine

A slang term in foreign exchange indicating a willingness to buy.
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Instead, it was a signal for greater cooperation with mining companies.
Reopening the site could remove some of the existing mining hazards, which may not be addressed by conventional closure of fencing off the property.
It depends on the region of the country: In West Virginia, you've got a lot of underground mining and you have surface mining.
Padilla claims mining traditionally contributes little to Chile's northern Third Region, where Pascua Lama will operate.
Domain experts, or those with expertise in their respective fields, must determine if information obtained through data mining holds value.
Longwall mining is around 120 years old, but the practice was not widespread until about 1980.
The easy-to-integrate NAG Data Mining Components are statistical and artificial intelligence software components specifically developed for the rigors of mining massive datasets.
Such a practice would have presented many accounting problems and challenges for the mining industry.
December 1999: The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission rejects the mine, declining to issue Azusa-based TMC mining permits.
Miners' constructions of masculinity, forged in the process of proletarianization, both reinforced and destabilized the mining company's and the state's efforts to reorganize working-class gender relations and discipline the emergent industrial labor force.