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minable

[′mīn·ə·bəl]
(mining engineering)
Material that can be mined under present-day mining technology and economics.
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The Graystone Company estimates that 15% of the property's total size will be minable.
At least this was what I believed, until I read yet another of those inter minable 'scientific studies' at the weekend.
With prices skyrocketing, shortages are feared--especially in Japan, which lacks minable deposits of these elements.
Chand will take a lead engineering role in the advance of Pretivm's high-grade underground gold-silver Brucejack Project and bulk minable copper-gold Snowfield Project.
The recommendations include the extension of political parties Ordinance 2002 to FATA, establishing local government system, village development plans, reconnaissance survey of FATA minable resources, awareness campaigns through innovate use of information and communication technologies, extending the civil society act to FATA and strengthening the local CBOs, mining based cottage industries, commercial floriculture, revitalization of closed units, business development services to small and medium enterprises, access to finance, and providing security to private sector investment in health and education sectors.
The Misikitew will be used for the five minable coal seams which stretch south from Wabamun Lake and make up the Highvale Mine, Canada's largest surface strip coal mine.
An ore reserve is the economically minable part of an indicated or measured mineral resource under reasonable financial and technical assumptions as of the date of reporting the ore reserve).
La trame de The Eiger Sanction est tordue mais bien moins minable que ce qui en a souvent ete dit, et elle est constamment soutenue par un style qui n'a rien d'empese, mais qui fait bien preuve, en mineur certes, de la decontraction et de la luminosite propres aux realisations d'Eastwood.
recently admitted to finding diamonds in the area and are in the process of determing whether or not they have found a minable deposit.
As expected, the Internet offers numerous veins of minable resources for lunar observers.
Tennessee's watershed is much larger and has minable coal in the area," said Mike Wilborn, the office's branch manager.
Proven and probable minable reserves were maintained and four new discoveries made.