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rob

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(mining engineering)
To take out ore or coal from a mine with a view to immediate product, and not to subsequent working.
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The Online Marketing Institute has named Rob one of the top 40 digital marketers in the US.
Keen rugby player Rob, of Berkeley, Glos, was about to start his studies at York University when the crash in September 2013 changed his life.
By the way Rob, you say the Christian God is not responsible for evil.
The source explained that because Rita was the love the of his life and at one point, was planning to marry her already, Rob can be especially vulnerable to feelings of nostalgia when he had a few drinks.
So when Rob got sick, it was only natural that they kept their IREM colleagues and friends abreast of his situation.
Rob asked, suspiciously, and the answer shook him: April, 1550.
Millions watched last night as Tina McIntyre, played by Michelle, was pushed to her aM death by Rob on the ITV show.
Rob has been inspired and touched by Penngrove Elementary School.
Losing Rob came as a bitter blow both to his parents and his many friends.
Rob, well known in the brass banding world for his musicianship, has been appointed by Slaithwaite Band as its new conductor.
Rob - student wizard Marcus Belby in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - was stabbed to death by Karl Bishop while defending his younger brother Jamie at a bar in 2008.
According to the carrier, Rob is an experienced senior aviation executive and has held a number of executive positions with Qantas Airways over the past 15 years.