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  • Ore.—A metal-bearing mineral or rock of sufficient value to be mined.

    Geology William J. Miller
  • It was on this occasion that he introduced the devotion of the Quarant' Ore.

  • Calcination of the Ore.—Having arranged a proper mixture of ores in the yard, it is weighed out in boxes to the calcining-men.

  • It was addressed in an unfamiliar and painful chirography, with the postmark of Portland, Ore., stamped smudgily in its corner.

    The Plunderer Roy Norton
  • The valley of Umpqua River, Ore., produces nearly seventeen million pounds of wool yearly, the staple being an ordinary variety.

    Commercial Geography

    Jacques W. Redway

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