drill hole


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  • noun

Synonyms for drill hole

a hole or passage made by a drill

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The first zone of drill hole RMZ11-23 intersected minor mineralization from surface to 30 metres.
Mina Rica #2 drill hole drilled 200 metres to the east of Mina Rica #4 which intersected 80 metres (also from the surface) grading 2.
Niakifiri South Extension - One drill hole, SAB06-05, has been completed to test excavator trench exposures along the immediate on-trend extension of the Niakifiri deposit on the adjacent property of Mineral Deposits Limited ("MDL").
Extremely significant gold results were discovered in drill hole PIR 05-10 where an interval of 30 ft @ 0.
The company has completed surface channel rock sampling and has received analysis results from the first two HQ diamond drill holes of a planned 7500-meter diamond drilling program.
Geophysical data indicate numerous anomalies similar to the known discovery and intercepts of strongly anomalous gold in drill holes peripheral to the discovery zone further indicate that a robust gold system is present.
The second drill hole, TBM-02, was collared 230 meters to the SE of TMB-03, and the hole cut a 0.
The drilling program will consist of a minimum of two diamond drill holes totaling 2,300 ft.
Block areas were calculated and subsequently the resource block volumes calculated using the horizontal thickness of the mineralized intersection, which establishes the pierce point for the drill hole on the longitudinal.
Drill hole M-05-05 is the deepest intersection of Michelin reported to date.
Drill hole KD-37 has intersected 27 g/t silver and 1.
The Broker's Fee Prospect was last staked in 1989 and has had various geochemical and geophysical surveys (EM, IP), geological mapping and prospecting completed since that time, with a seven drill hole program completed in 1994.
Diamond drill hole LCD-62, intersected 5 metres at a grade of 3.
These ancient people already used sharpened flint attached to wooden rods to drill holes for making beads out of pieces of shell, turquoise, and other materials.
But drill holes only dot the ocean floor over a mere fraction of the globe.