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sublevel

(ˈsʌbˌlɛvəl)
n
a level between other levels in a mine
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In Internet advertising, the first sublevel within Persuasion that can be easily measured is the clickthrough, and further clicks related to paying more attention to that advertiser's content can be equated to further upward movement among sublevels of Persuasion.
It is not surprising that we apply this structure to all other human relations, with the result that non, whites, colonials, and others we wish to denigrate are equated negatively to the "sublevel" of woman.
In building without vertical security from the lowest sublevel to the top-most floor, once a felon (as in the case of the TV station's gunman) gains access to the elevators, he or she virtually has free access to all floors and any unsecured doors and office areas.
Completed test trial mining of more than 35,000 t of mineralized material and demonstrated the amenability of the sublevel longhole bulk mining method resulting in $7.4 million in net proceeds realized from the sale of precious metals.
Based on the success of the recent transition to the sublevel shrinkage mining method (SLS) in the lower part of the mine, the company initiated an internal evaluation of similar underground mass-mining approaches for all of the near-surface resources as an alternative to a pushback of the existing Roby open pit proposed in the prior 2017 feasibility study.
Taking the upward sublevel filling method as an example, as Figure 1 shows, when the CLS functional backfill material was surveyed to gobs, the heat was absorbed from stopes nearby and above.
Being classified into sublevel open stoping and stage open stoping according to the stage height, sublevel open stoping with subsequent backfilling is being more and more widely used because of its safety and efficiency.
The 38,000 s/f retail space consists of two floors: The ground level has 18,000 s/f with ceiling heights ranging from 17.5 to 20.5 feet; The lower level consists of20,000 s/f of sublevel space with ceiling heights ranging from 13 to 16 feet.
According to Baiden, there are several other potential applications for a robot with these capabilities--in sublevel cave mines and ore passes, as well as for explosives dismantling, environmental disaster response, or cleanup and remediation work at a nuclear power plant like Fukushima in Japan--where the Penguin robot can access and perform complex tasks without putting people at risk.
An IC located at the first sublevel (of any level) necessarily contain an IP whose attribute points to the set type and whose load contains a pointer to the IC with the list of the set elements.
The Kvannevann iron oxide mine in Northern Norway is currently using sublevel stoping system (SLS) to extract the hematite / magnetite ore.
Mining during the quarter was focused on sublevel development and the blocking out of stope panels in the A and B orebodies.