Sabinas

Sabinas

[sə′bēn·əs]
(geology)
A North American (Gulf Coast) provincial series in Upper Jurassic geologic time, below the Coahuilan.

Sabinas

 

a city in northern Mexico, in the state of Coahuila. Population, 30,700 (1970). Sabinas is the center of a coal basin.

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The Rio Sabinas (130 km in length) is in northeastern Coahuila, flowing from the Sierra Santa Rosa in the municipality of Melchor Muzquiz to the Venustiano Carranza Dam in the municipality of Juarez.
We conducted surveys during December 2004-August 2006 along the Rio Sabinas, in the municipalities of Melchor Muzquiz, San Juan de Sabinas, and Sabinas.
On 2 August 2006, we photographed three juveniles in Guadalupe Victoria, municipality of Sabinas. Arrival and departure dates were similar to those reported for breeding populations in southern Texas (March-April and August-October; Bell-rose, 1976; Palmer, 1976).
He hated the multiple changes and transformations which were like so many unknown, foreign Sabinas to be pursued, tracked down, possessed.
"Sabina" by Anais Nin appeared in the Winter-Spring 1962 issue.
We revived Anais Nin in 1962 with the publication of her story, "Sabina." Actually, I didn't know Anais Nin was living in the Village in New York.
Sabina Silver Corporation (SBB:TSX-V) is a Canadian public mineral exploration and development company with assets at the 100%-owned Hackett River silver-zinc project in the Canadian Arctic, the Del Norte project in the Stewart-Eskay Creek Mining District, and several projects in the Red Lake gold camp.
Sabina Silver Corporation is well financed with approximately C$52 million in cash ($97 million fully diluted) and approximately C$5.5 million in investments in Premier Gold Mines Inc.
Asset size and value and ultimate production target (12 million oz silver and 147,500 tonnes zinc per year for 13.6 years) will ultimately place Sabina into a comparable category with senior silver sector producers.
Sabina Silver is a Canadian public mineral exploration and development company with assets at the Hackett River silver-zinc project in the Canadian Arctic, the Del Norte project in the Stewart-Eskay Creek Mining District, and several projects in the Red Lake Mining District of Ontario.
Sabina Silver's principal development asset is a 100 per cent interest in the zinc and silver-rich, polymetallic Hackett River project in Nunavut.
Research Capital Corporation has published an independent 1-year target price of $4.70 for Sabina Silver.