shot rock


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shot rock

[′shät ¦räk]
(engineering)
Blasted rock.
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('Northern Shield' or the 'Company') [TSX-V: NRN] is pleased to provide an update on exploration at the Shot Rock Gold Property ('Shot Rock') in Nova Scotia, and the Root & Cellar Gold Property ('Root & Cellar') in Newfoundland; both of which are being explored for epithermal gold mineralization.
Shot rock is not suitable for spawning, because its angular edges are sharp enough to mortally wound females as they repeatedly pound it to create a depression to lay their eggs, and then pound again to cover over eggs.
Worcester Art Museum will roll out the red carpet to celebrate the opening of "Who Shot Rock & Roll" with a VIP party and the opening bash from 6 to 11 p.m.
The Blondie singer, 64, sported the new look at a photo exhibit - Who Shot Rock & Roll - at New York's Brooklyn museum.
The Radius Hot Shot rock bit is designed to maximize the drilling ability of smaller HDD rigs.
Picture, JULIAN HERBERT/GETTY IMAGES Kerrin McEvoy waited patiently before seizing his chance to take 8-1 shot Rock Anthem to victory
Selecting the correct equipment with the proper configuration for recycled materials can be much more difficult than selecting for shot rock or sand and gravel.
thick rock-filled baskets or shot rock were used to protect the interceptor channels from erosion.
Typically, these jobs range from loading well-broken slide material and alluvium to digging out and loading shot rock whose size and volume would in many mines justify use of immobile cable shovels.
David Wachman and Wayne Lordan teamed up to land the juvenile maiden with 16-1 shot Rock Pipit, who outstayed the opposition inside the final furlong.
The Blondie singer, 64, sported the new look at a photo exhibit called Who Shot Rock & Roll at New York's Brooklyn Museum.