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- n. Alternative form of keeve.
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- n. See keeve, n.
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- See keeve.
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For preliminary dewatering, the concentrates need to be processed in a raffination barrel following the Schanz-method or in a tossing kieve.
By them he was conducted into the dun, into a chamber which they had prepared for him, and they drew water and filled his kieve, and there Laeg ministered to him.
Vanners are, as a rule, skilful men, and show remarkable dexterity in separating the black tin, with the help of their apparatus, which consists simply of a shovel and a kieve of water.
The vanner stands in front of a tub of water (kieve) and allows 30 or 40 c.c. of water to flow on to the ore.
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