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high-grade

[′hī ‚grād]
(mining engineering)
To steal or pilfer ore or gold from a mine or miner.
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Phase I drilling at San Marcial brought immediate success with drill hole SM-19-01 intersecting a very high-grade gold interval of 1 m at 204.6 g/t Au at the Faisanes target on the western edge of the Resource.
The combination of new surface mineralization discoveries, lithological orientations, and mapping along the 2.3 km trend are all further evidence for the presence of a "large" alkalic, silica-undersaturated porphyry with adjacent high-grade skarn system.
The initial RC drilling program comprised 25 holes for a total of 1,208 m and targeted shallow high-grade gold mineralization beneath historical workings at the two main gold prospects 'Currans Find North' and 'Red White and Blue Workings' and their interpreted down-plunge extensions.
We found a clear difference in response to treatment between the high-grade and low-grade forms of this cancer type," said Patel.
"The advantage of this technique is that it may highlight more quickly high-grade disease within a tumor during neurosurgery," Watts said in a statement.
The researchers caution that the study looked at patients who were already suspected to have high-grade tumours, and a larger study in which more patients have low-grade disease would provide more information on the use of this technique.
Drilling took place along a hanging wall where high-grade gold mineralization has been intersected up to 1.8 kilometres east of the Taylor Shaft Deposit and at targets west of the Shaft Deposit and east and at depth of West Porphyry and East Porphyry deposits.
"We also found that a healthy body weight is associated with a reduced risk of high-grade prostate cancer and death from prostate cancer years later.
The first salivary gland case with high-grade transformation/dedifferentiation was reported in 1988 by Stanley et al.
Of the total 44 cases of ovarian carcinoma studied, 27 cases were high-grade serous carcinoma and remaining 17 were non-high-grade serous carcinoma cases.

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