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McEwen

(məˈkjuːən)
n
(Biography) Sir John. 1900–80, Australian politician; prime minister of Australia (1967–68)
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This is great news for McEwen Mining and the state of Nevada," said Rob McEwen, chairman and chief owner.
Junior Mining Network reported McEwen Mining said Black Fox includes an operating team, an underground mine producing 50-60,000 ounces of gold in 2017, a processing facility, two future development opportunities and exploration potential.
Chief operating officer Charlie McEwen believes Lions bosses can start planning a women's team in earnest once discussions are complete on the men's post-2019 global calendar.
According to Michelle McEwen, CEO of the Plymouth hospital, the move came after recent retirements and turnover in medical providers at the practice, which would have a potential impact on the ability of D-H to continue providing inpatient newborn care at Speare.
Mining magnate Rob McEwen and his wife, Cheryl, donated $10 million to Sudbury's architecture school.
McEwen has served on the 13th Judicial Circuit Pro Bono Committee since 2007, and she is the immediate past chair.
The incident began in early April, when Canadian multinational mining company McEwen Mining reported that armed assailants stole 7,000 ounces of gold worth about US$8.
Toronto, Canada, Nov 12, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - McEwen Mining (TSE:MUX) President Ian Ball Discusses Q3 Results.
By limiting the scope of her inquiry to the period between 1900 and 1934, McEwen is able to trace a narrative trajectory of sexual knowledge from sexology to sexual reform.
The McEwen Centre for Regenerative Medicine (McEwen Centre) and the Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine (CCRM) are partnering to establish a fund that will drive research in this area.
The thug had already been jailed for six years for attacking his friend, Geoff McEwen, in a row over a woman.