dugite


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dugite

(ˈduːɡaɪt)
n
(Animals) a medium-sized venomous snake, Pseudonaja affinis, of Central and W Australia, having a small head and slender olive-coloured body with black specks
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The Resources and Reserves summarised in Appendix 1 (see link below) comprise ten separate deposits: four deposits surrounding the proposed "Marda Central" project hub (Dolly Pot, Dugite, Python and Goldstream), two satellite deposits within 15km of Marda Central (Golden Orb and King Brown), two satellite deposits located north of Marda Central (Die Hardy and Red Legs), and two satellite deposits located south of Southern Cross (British Hill and Battler).
From the cows, galahs, Felix the fox and the deadly dugite, Alex has much to learn as does the younger reader to whom this book will appeal.
This resource increase is a consequence of resource estimation work, conducted by Snowden Mining Industry Consultants, for the Dugite and Tiger Prospects during June 2011.
The Dugite and Tiger Prospects are located in the Davidson Creek Area on the prospective east west striking Marra Mamba Iron Formation, adjacent to and east of the Python, Gwardar, and Taipan Resources.
The major outcome of extensive infill and step out RC drilling conducted early in 2011, is that the Dugite and Tiger combined resource has grown from 51.5 million tonnes to 67.6 million tonnes; a net increase of 16.1 million tonnes.