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mine run

[′mīn ‚rən]
(mining engineering)
The unscreened output of a mine. Also known as run-of-mine.
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No fish kills from mine runoff have been reported since Mine Run Dam was built.
The military stepped up security at mines across the country as the NPA rebels attacked the sites of copper mine run by a Swiss firm in December.
In a mine run to the best modern standards, which for a new mine can form a minimum condition of planning permission, you need hardly know it was there.
Boulby Mine is a deep working salt and potash mine run by Cleveland Potash and is deep enough to shelter the experiment from cosmic rays and there is low natural radioactivity due to the purity of the salt rock on which it is situated.
2million and an open-cast mine run by Celtic Energy will get pounds 3.
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It is the biggest gold mine run in Central Asia by a Western-based company, having made over 9.
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Friday in Lilou Iron Mine run by Anhui Kaifa Mining Co.
There have also been several small bomb blasts, including at an airport in Papua and near a copper mine run by the local unit of US mining firm Freeport McMoRan Copper andamp; Gold Inc.
He was captured by the Japanese in Singapore in 1942 and held for three-and-a-half years in a slave labour camp in Formosa, now Taiwan, and forced to work for 18 hours a day in a copper mine run by the Japanese.