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banket

[baŋ′ket]
(geology)
A conglomerate containing valuable metal to be exploited.
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The affected businesses were in the urban centres of Chinhoyi, Kadoma, Chegutu, Norton, Banket, Karoi, Trelawney, Raffingora and Darwendale (Map 1).
A black settler on one farm in the Banket tobacco and corn district fired a pistol in the air in an effort to drive the owner and his black workers away, said Jenni Williams, a spokes-woman for the pressure group, yesterday.
She and husband Vernon, 56, who farm 7500 acres at Banket, believe Mugabe is paying squatters.
Auriferous Banket conglomerates in the Tarkwaian have yet to be proved in the concession area, but may be present.
The Tarkwaian series hosts a gold-bearing quartz pebble conglomerate unit called the Banket Formation.
Her childhood was spent on a poor farm in Banket, Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe); she left school at fourteen and moved shortly thereafter to Salisbury (now Harare), where after a succession of clerical jobs and a hard-drinking social life with the sporty set, she married Frank Wisdom and bore two children.
In addition, the mapping is designed to provide information on the strike extent on the license area of the outcropping Banket Conglomerate which is associated with the known palaeoplacer gold mineralization.
In some areas, The pavement has to be widened temporarily by means of banket hardening in order to realize traffic management 4 + 0.
See where her servitors passe through the hall Bearing a banket, Dido is not farre.
This address accords with the specification in the manuscript that there will be 'a banket after in the Pentis to make welcome the genntlemen'.
Available in Zimbabwe--and even from our favourite worm salesmen in Banket on the way to Kariba--is Logz.
Thomas Adams, "The Shot, or The wofull price which the wicked pay for the Feast of Vanitie," in The Diuells Banket (London, 1614), sig.