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ground mine

Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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She holds a New South Wales below Ground Mine Manager's Certificate of Competency, and a Graduate Certificate in Technology Management.
Penny Marshall, director of the Institution of Civil Engineers North East, said: "There is a question over whether this cra ter is a sinkhole or an under ground mine collapse, which from reports, seems more likely.
A typical German ground mine reminds us that the Battle of the Atlantic was fought from the air as well.
A huge seven-foot long German ground mine was originally designed as a magnetic mine to sink or damage ships.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Feb 4 (ANI): The Central Government on Monday decided to allow women to work in underground coal mines and also do night shifts in open cast or over ground mines, in a bid to bring about greater gender equality and generate more employment opportunities for women.
It had intended to in- crease its take from copper mining by increasing royalties on production from under- ground mines from 6% to 8%, and from opencast mines from 6% to 20%, in a move that the industry and mining unions considered outrageous.

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