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hardrock

(ˈhɑːdˌrɒk)
adj
(Mining & Quarrying) (of mining) concerned with extracting minerals other than coal, usually from solid rock
n
slang a tough uncompromising man
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We are witnessing a coordinated attempt to further erode already flimsy community and environmental protections against the impacts of hardrock mining.
Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, released the following statement in support of the Environmental Protection Agencys (EPA) decision to not impose duplicative and burdensome financial assurance regulations on hardrock mines under the Superfund statute.
Colosseum Combat and Hardrock MMA will begin operating immediately as part of the B2 Fighting Series with the Upcoming Colosseum Combat 42 on December 2nd and Hardrock MMA 95 on December 9.
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Centerra Gold and Premier Gold Mines have reported positive results from a feasibility study for their Hardrock gold project in Geraldton, Ontario, approximately 250 km northeast of Thunder Bay.
As Premier Gold Mines of Thunder Bay completes the final stages of a feasibility study for its Hardrock project, another influx of capital has been added to its treasury by venture partner Centerra Gold.
Gold reserves at 60 deposits are estimated at 448 tons by November 2012, including confirmed 443 tons at 36 hardrock gold deposits, 5 tons at 24 stream gold deposits, according to the draft strategy of Kyrgyzstan's economic development strategy for 2013-2017.
IN 1957 the island of St Kilda in the Outer Hebrides was the location for the building of a base for a military project named Operation Hardrock.
Great location in SouthEast Tampa area (very close to Hardrock Hotel & Casino).
Premier Gold Mines Ltd (TSX: PG), a Canada-based company that explores for mineral resources, has announced drill results from the Hardrock Project in northwestern Ontario, Canada.
The General Mining Act of 1872 helped open the West by allowing individuals to obtain exclusive rights to mine billions of dollars worth of gold, silver, and other hardrock (locatable) minerals from federal lands without having to pay a federal royalty.
But Lesley Shimmin, who took the Specialized Hardrock cycle home to restore, only realised during a TV appeal six months later that it was the one police were hunting.