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Meanings and phrases
- relating to minerals
- composed of matter other than plant or animal
- solid homogeneous inorganic substances occurring in nature having a definite chemical composition
- lack of a mineral micronutrient that is essential for normal nutrition or metabolism
- crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniques; mineral extraction; mineral processing; ore processing; ore dressing; beneficiation
- crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniques; mineral processing; mineral dressing; ore processing; ore dressing; beneficiation
- a semisolid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum; used in medicinal ointments and for lubrication; petrolatum; petroleum jelly
- all inorganic objects; contrasts with animal and plant kingdoms
- a distillate of petroleum (especially one used medicinally as a laxative or stool softener)
- The alkali metals must be stored under mineral oil or an inert atmosphere.
- It is stored and shipped in dry, saturated hydrocarbons such as mineral oil.
- The oil base can be diesel, kerosene, fuel oil, selected crude oil or mineral oil.
- a dark bituminous substance found in natural beds and as residue from petroleum distillation; consists mainly of hydrocarbons; asphalt
- crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniques; mineral extraction; mineral dressing; ore processing; ore dressing; beneficiation
- natural resources in the form of minerals
- Canada's mineral resources are diverse and extensive.
- Proven mineral resources are extensive.
- The key emphasis was on surveys for coal and mineral resources.
- a thick black tar intermediate between petroleum and asphalt; maltha
- a layer of ore between layers of rock; vein
- water naturally or artificially impregnated with mineral salts or gasses; often effervescent; often used therapeutically
- The source of mineral water was discovered in 1876.
- Starbucks also sells Himalayan bottled mineral water.
- Share of mineral water in total export is 2.1%.
- a waxy mineral that is a mixture of hydrocarbons and occurs in association with petroleum; some varieties are used in making ceresin and candles; ader wax; earth wax; ozokerite; ozocerite
- a light fibrous material used as an insulator; rock wool
- Eritrea's substantial mineral deposits are largely unexplored.
- These secondary mineral deposits in caves are called "speleothems".
- Nearby are the buttes of Mt Urucum, which contain vast mineral deposits.
- The area includes 605 acres of privately owned mineral rights.
- The mineral rights to the island were given over to the Duke of York by an order-in-council.
- The legal document referred to as the broad form deed previously severed property into surface and mineral rights.
- On the slope of the Elbe in Kuks, there used to be mineral springs.
- Soda Spring Valley is named for the mineral springs within the valley.
- Of all mineral springs of Yessentuki, about twenty are of medical value.
- The mineral traffic built up rapidly, and included heavy flows from Dunfermline.
- In locomotives used for mineral traffic the advantages seem to have been marginal.
- Moreover the heavy mineral traffic on the line led to considerable congestion delay.
- Exploitation of this mineral wealth could be key to the region's prosperity.
- It lacked mineral wealth, large areas of arable land, and easy access to markets.
- The northern Atacama Desert contains great mineral wealth, primarily copper and nitrates.
- The 2000s saw increased mineral exploration activity on the peninsula.
- Operations in 1935 were confined mostly to surface mineral exploration.
- The existence of tungsten mines in this region, has historical attracted foreign mineral exploration companies.
- It is especially known for its mineral waters.
- Export of mineral waters in 2011 amounted to 48 mln USD in 35 countries.
- Since then, Buguntinskiye mineral waters were referred to as Yessentukskiye.
- DXA is only able to provide the areal bone mineral density.
- As osteoclasts break down bone, patients see a loss of bone mineral density.
- More particularly, bone mineral is formed from globular and plate structures.
- The mineral content of the Dead Sea is very different from that of ocean water.
- These plant pathologies may also be caused by an extremely low calcium mineral content in the soil.
- It can then be turned into a metamorphic rock by heat and pressure that change its mineral content, resulting in a characteristic fabric.