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metal mining

[′med·əl ‚mīn·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
The industry that supplies the various metals and associated products.
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Led by organisations such as the Movement of Victims Affected by the Climate and Corporations (MOVIAC), campaigners spent years spreading awareness of the dangerous impact of metal mining.
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