mining partnership

mining partnership

[′mīn·iŋ ′part·nər‚ship]
(mining engineering)
The arrangement whereby two or more persons acquire a mining claim and actually engage in working it.
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The solution is to sleep with the 'enemy'-that is, engage in a mining partnership with the giant.
This expanded mining partnership will include product integration and development, marketing, distribution and support of Trimble Connected Mine solutions.
Sparky's retirement came six years before Britain's last pit ponies were finally pensioned off at Ellington in February 1994, bringing to an end a mining partnership between man and beast that stretched back 300 years.
Steve's latest venture is a gold mining partnership with the legendary Jesse Martinez.
The aim is to find key groups of high-value shoppers whose needs can be better met by the data mining partnership working together--perhaps through a new kind of product and/or service offering that is more solution- or convenience-oriented.
Presently, Tirex has over 40 high priority airborne electromagnetic (EM) anomalies at Mirdita and has the company has shortlisted six exploration areas for immediate ground geophysical surveying and drilling, outside of the Mining Partnership zones.
Several times each year, the Empire mine, one of two mines operated by the Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Mining Partnership in Palmer, Mich.
Sabina's 100% interest in the Hackett River Project is subject to a 2% Net Smelter Royalty (NSR) to Cominco Mining Partnership (CMP).
Tirex has more than 40 high priority airborne electromagnetic (EM) anomalies at Mirdita and has identified six exploration areas for immediate ground geophysical surveying and drilling, outside of the Mining Partnership zones.
Launching the African Mining Partnership at a Cape Town conference, South Africa's Minerals and Energy Minister, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, said Africa has a 20-year window of opportunity within which to make its plans a reality.

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