gold mine


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a good source of something that is desired

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a mine where gold ore is found

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You are always discovering gold mines," said Gilbert -- also absently.
When Atlantis, with all her mighty cities and her cultivated fields and her great commerce and culture and riches sank into the sea long ages since, she took with her all but a handful of her colonists working the vast gold mines of Central Africa.
Little Dorrit was almost as ignorant of the ways of theatres as of the ways of gold mines, and when she was directed to a furtive sort of door, with a curious up-all-night air about it, that appeared to be ashamed of itself and to be hiding in an alley, she hesitated to approach it; being further deterred by the sight of some half-dozen close-shaved gentlemen with their hats very strangely on, who were lounging about the door, looking not at all unlike Collegians.
Sire, I can assert that they have hitherto discovered no gold mines in their mountains; though the Lord owes them this miracle in recompense for the manner in which they supported the pretensions of the king your father.
Daily News Egypt interviewed the Chairman of Pharaoh Gold Mines, Joseph El-Raghy, a company affiliated to Australia's Centamin, which operates Sukari Gold Mine.
Synopsis The 'Global Gold Mining to 2020' report comprehensively covers global historical and forecast data on gold mine production to 2020, mine production by major countries, reserves by grade and geographies, prices and treatment and refining charges.
6 tons of gold was mined at the Kisladag gold mine in Usak, 4.
With $35 million in its exploration and development budget, Wolfden is launching an aggressive program in Nunavut aiming at opening up the Ulu gold mine before starting up the two base metals ventures into production.
The Native Americans blame their health problems on the gold mine, which is located right next to their reservation.
By the time the gold mine is ready to close, it can have excavated a pit as much as a mile across and half a mile deep, leaving behind acres of processed ore heaps and hundreds of millions of tons of waste rock, overburden, and tailings.
Mark Twain quipped that the definition of a gold mine is a hole in the ground
Red Lake is home to the richest gold mine in the world.