- n. Plural form of miner.
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“Even more relevant to the case of the miners is the following interpretation.”
“Henninger believes the rescue of the miners is a smashing success for free market Capitalism because without that nifty drill bit, which was the only tool capable of freeing the workers, those blue-collar suckers would still be trapped in the belly of the earth with Satan and hisfieryarmy.”
“The resurrection of Chile's lost miners is a testament to the power of belonging and meaning in human life.”
“The rescue of the Chilean miners is a smashing victory for free-market capitalism.”
“… The decision sustaining an eight-hour law for miners is still recent.”
“I know that the safety and health of coal miners is my most important job.”
“As someone who has overseen the mining of more coal than anyone else in the history of central Appalachia, I know that the safety and health of coal miners is my most important job.”
“Aliosha Marquez/Associated Press The drill used in the rescue operation of trapped miners is seen outside the San Jose mine in Copiapo, Chile, on Tuesday.”
“Before the first zarzuela based on the Chilean miners is staged, someone should think of putting on Adam Guettel's marvellous man-stuck-in-cave musical Floyd Collins.”
Looking for tweets for miners.