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“Manganese is often emitted by metalworking plants, Solomon says.”
“In our opinion, the big opportunity for investors in American Manganese is that there is currently no production of Manganese in North America.”
“MOIL, formerly known as Manganese Ore India Ltd., opened trade at 551 rupees $12.2 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, 47% higher than its initial public offering price of 375 rupees.”
“The primary focus is on minerals needed in the Steel manufacturing industry, such as Manganese which is critical to the production of steel.”
“Manganese, which is naturally present in the human body, is stored mainly in the liver and kidneys.”
“Isn't there some shiatstorm in the news about Palin calling her Manganese child "retarded"?”
“After successfully defending his dissertation, "Surface and Bulk Defects in Cadmium Zinc Telluride and Cadmium Manganese Telluride Crystals," he started work in December as a research professor at Alabama A&M University, a historically black institution.”
“Manganese, Magnesium and other metals used in alloying steel have seen export limits and taxes to keep both resources and jobs at home, yet they roam the world buying all they can get of other materials.”
“Mayoral candidate Ivan Poliakov hopes to take care of the “bear problem,” supported by the shady Larsen Manganese group.”
“Manganese often comes from metalworking factories.”
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