unmined


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unmined

(ʌnˈmaɪnd)
adj
(Mining & Quarrying) not mined
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Adj.1.unmined - not minedunmined - not mined; "deposits of unmined uranium"
mined - extracted from a source of supply as of minerals from the earth
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The remaining unmined 17.1m of the Los Ricos vein averaged 6.45 g/t gold equivalent made up of 1.59 g/t gold and 364.2 g/t silver; including a 5.6m interval averaging 14.72 g/t gold equivalent made up of 3.81 g/t gold and 818.1 g/t silver.
The unmined parallel shear represents an additional opportunity to add resource ounces for the Company.
Flat cropland (1800 [m.sup.2]) in an unmined site near the three subsided sites was chosen as the control cropland.
China's reserves of unmined gold are deep and growing.
He called the Arctic "a frontier of opportunity and abundance" with untouched oil and gas reserves, unmined uranium, raw earth minerals, precious metals and gems.
If the original land had remained unmined, it would act as a large buffer, slowly draining water back toward the bay.
It says the area about 45 miles (72 kilometers) northeast of Boise contains the largest unmined deposit of molybdenum in the world.
There are also existing access tunnels on the mining levels and ore sills that provide access to the stopes, which remain unmined.