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- adjective That has not been
mined(dug from the ground).
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- adjective not mined
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"Unstructured data is the richest unmined vein," says White, the Deloitte consultant.
The new IT survival guide: How to thrive after the recession Bill Snyder 2010
Large uranium deposits were first found decades ago in the Kanyemba district nearly 250 kilometers almost 150 miles north of the capital, Harare, but were left unmined because of low prices.
And the lead bad guy in Inglourious Basterds was pretty damn awesome too … makes me think Germany is an unmined seam of good actors.
Very little of his life — or body — has gone unmined.
KGHM, the world's ninth-largest copper producer, said the acquisition of Quadra's Sierra Gorda mine in Chile would give it the world's fourth-largest unmined copper holdings, up from sixth currently.
Polish Miner KGHM to Buy Canadian Copper Producer Edward Welsch 2011
Just as the Navajo sand and clay had blocked emissions from unmined uranium, the dirt packed atop the waste had hidden its rays from government detectors.
Yellow Dirt Judy Pasternak 2010
Hughes 'collection was a mostly unmined vein of historical detail that truly brought his book – and the petty-criminal-turned-assassin James Earl Ray – to life.
My disenchantment with the bad overpriced food of Manhattan has led me many times to delve into this underground guerilla dining scene that is almost completely unmined – and yet is hiding in plain sight right in front of us.
According to a report published by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in December of last year, Venezuela has an estimated 50,000 tons of unmined uranium.
New methods of using unmined coal, such as controlled burning, promise to give rise to competition between old and new sources of coal.