mining engineer

  1. an engineer concerned with the construction and operation of mines
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How To Use mining engineer In A Sentence

  • We are particularly good at producing petroleum and mining engineers and these executives are highly sought after. Times, Sunday Times
  • At the same time the state is willing to provide resources and manpower having trained in tailor-made programs in geology, geophysics, geochemistry, mineral beneficiation, mining engineering, etc.
  • Lectures will cover both species and locality mineralogy and will be presented by professional mineralogists and geologists, mining engineers, and professors.
  • Then, just as they begin to give out, you'll have got to be a mining engineer, with your pockets cram-full of money, and you'll have to support me for the rest of my life. A Bookful of Girls
  • The development of women miners is also hampered by their limited access to technical experts such as geologists, mining engineers and metallurgists. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • A retired mining engineer was shocked to discover an old mineshaft had opened up in a field where he walks every day.
  • Campaigner Gerald Carr, a retired mining engineer who spent 34 years working in local collieries, is leader of the residents' association.
  • His father was a mining engineer and colliery manager whose love of singing gave music a central place in his son's life. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was trained there as a mining engineer.
  • Elliot was one of a new type of mining engineer whose expertise extended to many parts of the industry.
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