Patache

Pa`tache´


n.1.(Naut.) A tender to a fleet, formerly used for conveying men, orders, or treasure.
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Chateau La Patache 2012, Pomerol, France (currently PS22.
The ports of Iquique, Arica, Patache and Tocopilla remained closed early on Thursday.
In 2007, the non-profit set up a second series of fog catchers in the Atacama Desert Center in Alto Patache as part of an environmental education project in conjunction with researchers at Universidad Catolica.
Benchmark three-month London Metal Exchange copper futures hit an all-time high of $9,447 a ton, little affected by an interest rate rise in top consumer China, as the dollar weakened and the closure of the Patache port terminal in Chile blocked exports from Collahuasi, the world's third-largest copper miner.
We spoke with the people there and they said that it can take at least a month to repair the structure that collapsed," said Patache Port Captain Domingo Hormazabal.
The construction of a $47 million molybdenum plant with a capacity of 6,700 tonnes per annum at Punta Patache was also approved by Collahuasi and will enter production in 2006.
Iquique Province: Alto Patache (20[degrees]45'S, 70[degrees]9'W), 1 juvenile [?
Sire of 6 crops of racing age, including notable winners: Horse Chestnut (Gr1), Fort Defiance (Gr1), Celtic Grove (Gr1), Dog Wood (Gr1), Kimberley Mine (Gr1), Dynasty (Gr1), Cover Look (G2), Dog Rose (Gr2), Carolina Cherry (Gr2), Cork Wood (Gr2), Monyela (Gr2), Reef Road (Gr2) Sequoia (Gr2), Syon (Gr2), Acacia Woodland (Gr3), East Wind (Gr3), Ginkgo (Gr3), Patache (Gr3).
Filtered concentrates are expected to be transported in containerized form to market via road to Punta Patache, Chile and then in bulk form by ocean vessel to lead and zinc smelters and refineries in Asia, the Americas and Europe.
686/19-687/31 (UP) in pataches between Naupada-Pundi under the jurisdiction of Sr.