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miner

Zoology
1. any of various insects or insect larvae that bore into and feed on plant tissues
2. Austral any of several honey-eaters of the genus Manorina, esp M. melanocephala (noisy miner), of scrub regions

miner

[′mīn·ər]
(mining engineering)
A person engaged in removing ore, coal, or minerals from the earth.
A machine designed for automatic mining of an ore.
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Maria Minez Hamor is a director of Aremar and the 'authorized managing officer' of the joint venture between CT Leoncio and Aremar.
In a notice of award dated April 23, 2018, Sorsogon district engineer Efren Manalo informed Maria Minez that CT Leoncio and Aremar had won the contract for the project 'Off-carriageway Improvement-Tertiary Road-Ariman-Casiguran Road' with a budget of over P47 million.
Three weeks later, Manalo sent Maria Minez a 'notice to proceed' and a contract covering the project.
He further said documents would show that Hamor's daughter, Maria Minez Hamor, owns Aremar Construction Corp., a partner of C.T.
'Documents obtained by the House panel showed that a daughter of the Hamors, Maria Minez Hamor, owns Aremar Construction Corp.
Omal Suarez, 27; Jerry Minez, 47; and Imong Minez, 15, who left Barangay (village) Bangan-Oda failed to return after joining other fishermen in separate small boats at about 8 p.m.
Frank Catalan said three fishermen - Omal Suarez, 27; Jerry Minez, 47; and Imong Minez, 15 - left Barangay (village) Bangan-Oda on the night of January 31 and joined other fishermen in separate small boats to fish in the West Philippine Sea.