Recent Examples of mining from the Web
Since taking office, Trump has cut several Obama-era regulations on mining and energy production.
Total acreage available for farming fell 4 percent over the 23 years reviewed, as mining and expanding municipalities took over agricultural land, according to economist Johann Bornman, who conducted the audit for the lobbying group.
In addition, the Ukranians had considerable experience in mining and steel.
The move was closely watched in Kentucky and Indiana, where coal remains the dominant source of electricity, and coal mining continues.
On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal reported GE is considering selling or spinning-off its transportation division, which makes locomotives, railroad and mining equipment.
Name: Frank Vizcarra’s soon-to-open gourmet taco shop is named after his mom, a former Wyoming mining camp cook, and his birth year, 1955.
The company took an exceptional charge of 1.06 billion rupees on legal cases relating to mining and transport taxes.
Four years later, Alcoa’s mining and smelting business was spun off, leaving Mr. Kleinfeld in charge of its parts business, Arconic.
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Definition of mining for English Language Learners
: the process or business of digging in mines to obtain minerals, metals, jewels, etc.
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