ore-processing love

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Examples

  • "When Vale made the offer for Metorex it excluded the ore-processing plant," a spokesman for Metorex said.

    Metorex to Sell Zambian Zinc Plant to Glencore

  • It reminded La Forge of the giant ore-processing facilities on Delta Vega, Janus VI, or any one of dozens of uninhabited worlds in the more remote regions of Federation space.

    A Time to Sow

  • The cabin hatch cover had been removed long ago, and Sisko jumped through its opening, dropping two meters to the deck of the ore-processing bay.

    MILLENNIUM

  • He gestured around him, at the ore-processing facility, its realization more detailed than the best Starfleet holodeck technology could produce.

    MILLENNIUM

  • Without speaking, they made their way to the ore-processing chamber.

    HER KLINGON SOUL

  • Why not preserve them so they could give the last of their strength to the ore-processing center?

    HER KLINGON SOUL

  • The guards maneuvered it into the room in a huge pot, not unlike the containers they used in the ore-processing chamber—except the pot had wheels to make the going easier.

    HER KLINGON SOUL

  • GENEVA Reuters - The U.N. urged Nigeria on Friday to clean up polluted villages and limit ore-processing after hundreds of children died last year from mass acute lead poisoning linked to illegal mining for gold by residents.

    Reuters: Top News

  • "Such companies mining copper in the Democratic Republic of Congo built roads and ore-processing plants paid for by the value of the copper," she said.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • The engineering and construction stages have recognized the need to accommodate a major increase in ore-processing capacity in the future while minimizing potential disruption to operations that will be underway at that time.

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