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Synonyms for mine

lay mines in or under

Synonyms

  • lay mines in or under
  • sow with mines

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1-million-ton gravel mine in Soledad Canyon, sending the project back for additional study.
Bottoms sees promise in new technologies that might make mine clearance safer and faster.
In Kennecott's El Teniente mine, the largest underground copper mine in the world, deplorable living conditions in camps located 8,000 feet above sea level in the Andes as well as the dangers and difficulties of labor in the mines made a career in copper mining an unattractive future for many workers.
One of his problems was that he had lost very much blood and an awful lot of mine mud had to be removed.
But it was the size of the open-pit mines that astonished Gray and Falconer.
The key is identifying the risks and training everyone, especially the supervisors, to be vigilant and work safely," said Dave Zegeer, former United States Assistant Secretary of Labor, heading the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA).
2 billion and once again ranked in the top 10 of the world's most favourable mining jurisdictions," Northern Development and Mines Minister Rick Bartolucci said in a March 23 press release.
In 1997 Crystallex bought Mael and promptly announced that it owned the rights to Las Cristinas, even though at that time Placer was developing the mine in conjunction with its partner, state-owned Corporacion Venezolana de Guayana, through their jointly-owned subsidiary Mineria Las Cristinas.
Others closed just a few years ago, but the mining company has either gone bankrupt or for other reasons isn't taking responsibility for mine cleanup.
Whether it be the terrorist attack on September 11 or the mine disaster that claimed thirteen lives this last weekend, we are determined to do everything we possibly can to keep it from ever happening again.
Although no exploration is currently planned underground at Dome, Still says they are bringing into production existing resources that were uneconomic when the mine was placed on care and maintenance with gold prices hovering near $300 an ounce.
It matters whether the mine is above or below ground.
The Bush Administration bluntly explained why it would not sign the mine ban treaty.
If successful, Barrick plans to start production in 2009 and operate the open-pit mine for 21 years.