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After the final payment is made in September, Kord said their goal is to dewater the underground workings and start underground exploration.
The delegation was also briefed about the workings of National Assembly, formation and workings of Standing Committees and other responsibilities of the Parliament.
Object of the contract consists of two separate tasks which offer partial Task 1 - conducting research and analysis of the geophysical structure of the rock in the immediate vicinity of the complex workings Main Key Hereditary Adit locating selected liquidated workings.
All the old workings were flooded, all the old workings were always full.
Gregg Taylor QC, prosecuting, said the fatal "inrush" happened when mine manager Malcolm Fyfield and his men blasted through a 2m-thick seam of coal on the morning of September 15, 2011, in an attempt to break through to old workings so a better ventilation system could be opened up in the 100-year-old drift mine near Pontardawe in the Swansea Valley.
ALLOTMENT holders are being warned their plots could collapse after holes were caused by suspected mine workings.
The Workings of the Subtle Heart" is a spiritual examination of empathy, complete with little tidbits and anecdotes to uplift ones own spirit and how to uplift the feelings of those around them.
River Childs 1921-1923 is the straightforward transcript of the author's experience in Soviet Russia from 1921 to 1923, detailing the inner workings of the American Relief Administration and the brutal famine conditions in both the city and the countryside.
The Copalquin property comprises more than 64,000 hectares and covers all of the historic mine workings in the former Copalquin mining district.
Based on a thoughtful and critical assessment of a wealth of sources including government reports, administrative records, case files, letters, autobiographies and contemporary academic studies, Cox establishes that a consideration of gender is essential to understanding the workings of juvenile justice.
It is not easy, because the inner workings of a student consist of a complex array.
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl powerfully argued in a January edition of the Canadian Jewish News that, by so exposing and emphasizing the physical workings of the human body, Body Worlds in fact obscures the sacred.