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Mapping and sampling of the underground workings, in addition to surface work completed previously, continues to indicate that the mineralizing system is very high grade.
Simliar to Kitano-o, Togi houses historic mine workings that produced 48,000 ounces of gold between 1910 and 1921, including 16,500 ounces at 14 grams per ton of gold.
In a press statement, the President of SPA Abdullah bin Fahd Al-Hussein pointed out that the agency is ready to fully cover the workings of the three summits, in accordance with a wide-scale plan comprising four transmit and laying centers, in Makkah and Madinah, that falls within the directives of the Minister of Media Turki bin Abdullah Al-Shabanah, who is the Chairman of SPA, too.
New high-grade vein mineralization has now been delineated over a 250 m length by 130 m depth below and northwest of the old San Miguel mine workings, still open to the northwest.
At this point, the interviews made it seem like a witch-hunt and made space for a Senate committee to look into the workings of the NAB.
DEVELOPERS behind a contentious housing scheme in Mirfield have been accused of "glossing over" potentially dangerous mine workings found on the site.
2 news release, company president Marz Kord said maiding the first payment puts them closer to permitting the high-grade, scalable Discovery Zone deposit on the property which contains some underground workings.
Peeking Under Your Skin is part of a series of information books that aims to delve deeper into the inner workings of everyday things and objects.
The delegation head by Senior Professor Dr Wajid Khan of Mass Com department, was briefed by director protocol, Senate secretariat about the workings and specially the performance of Senate during the tenure of incumbent chairman Mian Raza Rabbani.
Introductions included ultra-feminine designs, with inner workings to match.
A protection scheme has been switched on to prevent drinking water from being poisoned by old mine workings.
APROTECTION scheme has been switched on to prevent drinking water for South Tyneside and Sunderland being poisoned by old mine workings.