ore dressing

NOUN
  1. crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniques
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  • One said we wore dressing gowns when taking a different path to the sheds. Times, Sunday Times
  • One said we wore dressing gowns when taking a different path to the sheds. Times, Sunday Times
  • One said we wore dressing gowns when taking a different path to the sheds. Times, Sunday Times
  • Do you press your clothing before dressing for work… heating the iron every day?
  • Visitors can join 30-minute tours revealing the theatre's history, or explore dressing rooms, stage and scenery-making areas.
  • When nicely charred, set aside and let them cool down before dressing in olive oil and ground pepper. Times, Sunday Times
  • Emerging from beneath the spray of the shower, she dried herself briskly before dressing with impatient fingers.
  • When nicely charred, set aside and let them cool down before dressing in olive oil and ground pepper. Times, Sunday Times
  • They wore dressing gowns and slippers. The Sun
  • Emerging from beneath the spray of the shower, she dried herself briskly before dressing with impatient fingers.
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