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Synonyms for ore dressing

crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniques

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A Buddle clearance fell to Rowan Liburd and his pass allowed Nicholson to jink past Magnay before sliding the ball beyond Moors keeper Matt Gould.
Buddle, meanwhile, has joined Town, who narrowly missed out on promotion to the National League.
The building was named after John Buddle, a prominent mining engineer and manager of Wallsend Colliery during the early 1800s.
After repelling a Blyth attack on six minutes the returning Matty Hughes was set free from a long ball forward, nicking the ball off Nathan Buddle and racing clear before checking back and finding Dan Mooney, but he found his route to goal blocked as the Blyth defence recovered.
They could have been level with 63 minutes gone, when substitute Ethan Delaney beat Buddle to a dropping ball and it fell kindly for Kaiman Anderson whose fierce, first-time shot flew wide.
HOME: Buddles with Canberra His Canberra was one of the last to fly out of Upwood in 1961 and was scrapped in 2004.
Buddle is represented by the same agents as Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard and on-loan Galaxy forward Landon Donovan, both fellow Americans.
Head of Technology at London-based custom-installation firm SMC, Simon Buddle is an active member of CEDIA's Education Committee.
In The Business of Women, Melanie Buddle challenges this view by showing that in British Columbia in the early 20th century, it was not unusual for married women to support their families through self-employment and business ownership.
Por nao ter uma etiologia bem definida, e comum que se encontre outras denominacoes, como sindrome hemorragica intestinal (Hemorrhagic Bowel Syndrome --HBS) (SMITH & SHANKS, 1971; ALLEN & SAUNDERS, 1976; BUDDLE & TWOMEY, 2002; STRAW et al., 2002; HOLLIS, 2006; THOMSON et al., 2007; MARTINEAU, 2008a; MARTINEAU et al., 2008; LABUSCAGNE, 2009), intestino vermelho (Red Gut) (SMITH & SHANKS, 1971; LABUSCAGNE, 2009), timpanismo por soro de leite (whey bloat), torcao de mesenterio, entre outras (BUDDLE & TWOMEY, 2002; STRAW et al., 2002; THOMSON et al., 2007; MARTINEAU, 2008a; MARTINEAU et al., 2008).
The addition is seen increasing Viridora[euro](tm)s earnings in the first full year of ownership, while adding volumes to its international trading arm.Country: UK, Sector: Waste Management/EnvironmentTarget: Storm Recycling LimitedBuyer: Pennon Group PLC, Viridor Waste Management LimitedVendor: The John Buddle familyDeal size in USD: 2.8mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
ALEX McLeish has not ruled out signing American striker Edson Buddle. But the prospect looks unlikely after his trial period came to an end.
Joining him is US football star Donovan and Edson Buddle, the striker who scored two first-half goals and terrorised the Socceroos' defence in the Americans' 3-1 friendly win in June during the World Cup build up.
In this unique study, Buddle (history, Trent U., Canada) examines the experiences of entrepreneurial and self-employed women in British Columbia from 1901 to 1951.