polverine

polverine

(ˈpɒlvəˌriːn)
n
(Chemistry) obsolete a glassmaker's potash
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A cross fault separates the Bill Zone from the Polverine Zone to the north.
Two wide-spaced and two tightly-spaced drillholes tested the Polverine zone, where a 2-meter Mexivada channel sample assayed 1,230 g/t silver, 0.
Denise Polverine, editor-in-chief of Cleveland Live, works with Cleveland's Plain Dealer as the primary content provider for her site, http://www.
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2 g/t gold, and much of the area between the Republica main shaft and Polverine.
This zone has a true width of nearly 6 metres, and indicates a probable continuation of the Main Stope to the north toward the Polverine zone.
Mexivada's drillhole LR-07-2 is testing the area north of LR-07-1 and south of the Polverine mineralized surface zone, where Mexivada sampled and assayed a 2 metre thick zone of breccia from the Republica Fault Zone that assayed 1,230 g/t silver, 0.
Panelists include Wayne Dawson, News Anchor, "Fox 8 in the Morning," WJW-TV; Steve Gleydura, Editor, Cleveland Magazine; Denise Polverine, Editor- in-Chief, Cleveland.
Moderator of the question and answer session that follows is SPJ's Denise Polverine, editor-in-chief of cleveland.
Learn how to work effectively with the media through a question and answer discussion with panel members, including: Scott Suttell, managing editor, Crain's Cleveland Business; Denise Polverine, editor-in-chief, Cleveland.