IPA transcription: ['ɔɹ]
Meaning: a mineral that contains metal that is valuable enough to be mined
- MAGNETIC ORE MILLING WORK
- One day this drier got blocked, and the ore would not run down.
- "The amount of ore disclosed by this survey was simply fabulous.
- No such departure was as radical as that of the method of crushing the ore.
- "The richness of the ore and its purity of course affect the limestone consumption.
- After we got in, the ore did come down and there were fourteen tons of it above us.
- In the case of the Crane trial there was a reduction from 30 per cent. to 12 per cent. of the ore charge.
- The problem to be solved was to market an agglomerated material so as to avoid the drawbacks of fine ore.
- His nature revolted at such an immense loss of power, especially as he proposed the crushing of vast quantities of ore.
- This ore could be excavated very cheaply by means of improved mining facilities, and transported at low cost to lake ports.