ore processing

NOUN
  1. crushing and separating ore into valuable substances or waste by any of a variety of techniques
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  • We now have chips that cram vastly more processing power in little laptops than was available - total - to NASA at the time of the first moon shot.
  • Announcing his government would introduce new minimum and non-parole periods for people-smuggling offences, Mr Abbott said on day one he would call the Nauru President to start talks to re-open the offshore processing centre there. The Age News Headlines
  • So Mr Howard made reference to the proposals for off-shore processing of asylum claims, even if that laid him open to charges of pandering to the far-Right's agenda.
  • During this outage we have bought forward some plant maintenance activities that were planned at the end of August and September, such as pigging, screen change in the ore processing plant and shovel maintenance. SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page
  • It is about offshore processing and regional resettlement and removing the pull factor of social services payments. The Sun
  • The Agaricus bisporus was discolored easily before processing as light vegetable, with reduced quality of product.
  • The maximum added weight of approximately 3 percent solution before processing is included in the net weight on the label.
  • Diamond drilling bits were used in prospecting, and thermal ore processing allowed winter panning in placer mines.
  • They also require more processing to remove sugars, reduce browning during frying, and achieve the right texture.
  • These neat little gadgets may look like a travel clock, but they've got a bit more processing power.
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