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prospect

[′prä‚spekt]
(mining engineering)
To search for minerals or oil by looking for surface indications, by drilling boreholes, or both.
A plot of ground believed to be mineralized enough to be of economic importance.

prospect

A scenic view, usually from an elevated position.
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Ministries became the front-facing ashopsa of the proliferating mafia structures, manned by ousted, but well-connected Communist functionaries, and hundreds of disaffected secret police agents and prospectless young wrestlers and boxers, let down by the sudden loss of state subsidy for their local clubs (such were established in most towns in Communist times).
If they fail to get employed shortly after finishing their studies, they may start feeling prospectless and useless, which in turn can leave an individual with permanent mental consequences.
This was the writer at sixteen, a twelve-dollars-weekly map clerk, kid soon to be called up, prospectless runaway from home and school, who sometimes climbed to a fifty-five-cent Saturday matinee seat at the Morosco or wherever, and when he did was ready to tear up the minute Saroyan's pearly-pure offstage cornetist eased into "My Wonderful One.