Meaning of MINING in English

MINING

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a mining community

She was brought up in a small mining community in North Wales.

data mining

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

gold

It then appeared in the west with concern over, and then opposition to, proposed gold mining .

It was only in the late 1890's that the company extended its activities into gold mining .

In February 1990 the opposition to gold mining went international.

old

At the same time the party continued to contract and disintegrate, even in its old mining and inner-city strongholds.

Along the coast there are several interesting old mining , and fishing villages to visit.

What is worse, beneath the landfill sites there were old mining workings.

opencast

Among the environmental problems related to coal mining , two are considered here: opencast mining and subsidence damage.

Now, all is revealed through Labour's policy decision to ban opencast mining .

Jobs in the opencast sector are at risk from the vendetta against opencast mining conducted by the Labour party.

We will reverse the present planning presumption in favour of opencast coal mining and give top priority to local people and their environment.

proposed

It then appeared in the west with concern over, and then opposition to, proposed gold mining .

This became a national issue focussing on the proposed mining of gold on Croagh Patrick in Co.

Waterford, over proposed andalusite mining at Mount Leinster, near Borris, Co.

Opposition is now beginning to proposed gold mining in Co.

■ NOUN

activity

By the late twentieth century, this area was the focus of mining activity in the county.

Legislation to control mining activity is expected to follow.

Proposals for mining activities are dealt with by the authority responsible for all forms of development control.

Hanson's Peabody subsidiary is criticized for the effects of its coal mining activities on Navajo land in Arizona.

area

Mr. Leigh I agree with the hon. Gentleman to this extent - that the coal mining areas need this money.

The excess mortality was attributed to coal mining and the extensive use of soft coal in the mining areas .

We want these moneys to go to the coal mining areas , many of which are represented by Labour Members.

In Britain, several small towns grew up close to mining areas , though very little is known about them.

During the course of that century and with the extension of the Great Northern Coal field it became a mining area .

The major exceptions have been counties in the mining areas where there has been a basis for Labour support.

There is £100 million available for grants in mining areas .

He speaks as a Conservative representing a coal mining area and he truly speaks up for the industry.

coal

Their solution to the coal mining problem was to recommend a composite long-wall method of working.

Among the environmental problems related to coal mining , two are considered here: opencast mining and subsidence damage.

The excess mortality was attributed to coal mining and the extensive use of soft coal in the mining areas.

The authors thus concluded that the excess mortality noted for gastric cancer was probably related to socioeconomic class rather than coal mining .

Who introduced a Bill - long overdue - to deal with the coal mining subsidence problem?

The Bari lands are also threatened by coal mining , and national oil company Maraven has begun seismic tests in the area.

We want these moneys to go to the coal mining areas, many of which are represented by Labour Members.

The Government must be reminded that the average age of the labour force in the coal mining industry is about 30 years.

community

Before the Norseman, Red Lake was an isolated mining community .

Picketline disorder eventually spilled over into mining communities , which became the sites of major disturbances.

The Government's prime motivation is to carry out an act of revenge on coal miners and coal mining communities .

The target number of jobs should equal those lost from the indigenous mining communities .

Most of us had been born in the mining community .

The loyalty of the women of the mining communities to their menfolk is, of course, legend.

What reason can there be other than the Tory party's vendetta against our coal mining communities ?

The four main characters come from a mining community , but they've left it behind.

company

The first of these was the connection between mining companies and the political elite.

The mining company appeared to own or supply everything.

By 1973 this measure was considered inadequate and the government took total control of the mining companies .

Later 43 people were arrested while distributing leaflets which blamed the management of the state-run Coal Enterprise mining company for negligence.

This was given nine months before the bank collapsed and financed Gasco's takeover of Cornish tin mining company St Piran.

A dispute also blew up over attempts by the mining companies to present their case in the local schools.

Three days prior to that, planning applications were submitted by the mining companies .

Despite this seemingly unattractive situation, there was a large influx of mining companies prospecting in the country in the late sixties.

district

The manufacturing and mining district of north Staffordshire has recently been claimed to share the Lancashire trend.

And consider how severely the mining districts were affected in each of the epidemics in Britain.

The wooden stemming rod was clearly safer, yet in every mining district there were those who disregarded the new rulings.

engineer

I can also listen to a conversation between mining engineers and understand ninety-five percent of it, even after all these years.

He had been a mining engineer and away for months at a time.

A distinguished and internationally-known writer and thinker, Serfaty was a mining engineer by profession.

Elliot was one of a new type of mining engineer whose expertise extended to many parts of the industry.

Hatch resigned his appointment in 1892 and went to work as a mining engineer in Johannesburg.

My husband used to be a mining engineer , but we got tired of living abroad, so we bought this place.

industry

I have tremendous admiration for anyone who has spent a lifetime in the mining industry , especially at the coalface.

In 1919-20 he served on a number of national committees concerned with the mining industry and ore supplies.

Mr. Marshall Does not that figure underline the Government's commitment to the coal mining industry ?

The code, the first of its kind in the mining industry , was aimed at eliminating violence in the mines.

Because Great Britain is not to produce coal nor have any significant mining industry .

The mining industry knows that its long-term security comes only from selling its product to customers at prices they can afford.

The Government must be reminded that the average age of the labour force in the coal mining industry is about 30 years.

The surrounding countryside is quite dramatic with the legacy of the vast lead mining industry still evident.

operation

This clearly implies that the full environmental costs of mining operations should be borne by the operator.

Some of the mining operations show this, and the Fens have Roman canals, embankments, and elaborate water systems.

tin

The driver swears but brakes as yet another tin mining family climb aboard the truck already bulging with people and their belongings.

The new industries A. Earlier this century tin mining declined.

This was given nine months before the bank collapsed and financed Gasco's takeover of Cornish tin mining company St Piran.

From the early period of tin mining to the 1940s women were often concentrators of minerals.

The reclamation venture provides just one example of the resourcefulness which engineers have to display to succeed in tin mining in Cornwall.

Professional Cornishman who resigned the Tory whip in protest at tin mining closures, but was too loyal to tell anyone.

town

Which are the main mining towns today?

How large are the mining towns ?

It looks almost as bad as in the mining towns of Yorkshire after the pits had closed.

What are the names of some of the main mining towns ?

uranium

Donegal in December 1979 but the story of uranium mining actually begins three years further back.

During the campaign against uranium mining , the legitimacy of the central state was constantly challenged.

village

After 2 kilometres, turn left and follow the signs to the former shale mining village of Philpstoun.

A police Sierra cruised along the A614 near the mining village of Ollerton.

Born in a small mining village near Glenrothes, he has climbed the ladder by learning his craft.

I grew up in a small mining village on the outskirts of Rotherham during the fifties and sixties.

The Castle is situated on a tall rocky peak, some four miles above the now-abandoned mining village of Felsbrockenberg.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

And the mining communities, for decades the only real counterweight to a coup-prone army, are disappearing.

Around the well was an incongruous array of advanced mining machinery and laboratory equipment to analyse and synthesize drugs.

Before the Norseman, Red Lake was an isolated mining community.

Hydrogeochemical maps are being developed as an aid to interpreting environmental problems such as acidification and agricultural and mining pollution.

I do not need the hon. Member for Gordon to lecture me about my affinity with the mining industry.

Picketline disorder eventually spilled over into mining communities, which became the sites of major disturbances.

The Barker family had for many years been involved in mining , with for example, the Champions in their mines in Ireland.

The islanders inhabit the coastal strip only, and subsist almost entirely on royalties from the mining .

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