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Room and pillar mining often leads to retreat mining which is removing the pillars which support rooms, allowing the room to cave in, loosening more ore. Additional sub-surface mining methods include hard rock mining which is mining of hard materials, bore hole mining, drift and fill mining, long hole slope mining, sub level caving and block caving.
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Room and pillar
* Room and Pillar mining: Room and pillar mining is commonly done in flat or gently dipping bedded ore bodies.
Room and pillar mining consists of coal deposits that are mined by cutting a network of rooms into the coal seam.
That co-op is still a pillar of the organization, which now also includes an accredited school, three theaters ( The Harris in the downtown Cultural District, the Regent Square in the neighborhood of the same name, and the Melwood Screening Room in North Oakland, located in the same building as the school ) and the Three Rivers Film festival.
* Room-and-pillar mining or continuous mining – Room and pillar mining is commonly done in flat or gently dipping bedded ores.
Room and pillar methods are well adapted to mechanization, and are used in deposits such as coal, potash, phosphate, salt, oil shale, and bedded uranium ores.
Room and mining
* A Box of Matches ( 2003 ) is in many ways a continuation of Room Temperature, similarly mining the narrator's store of reflections and memories, many of them domestic.
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The coat closet opens onto the center of the house in The Living Room, a common hangout and place for conversation ; its fixtures include a fireplace ( where things can be roasted ), The Living Room Couch ( which periodically causes players ' objects to ' fall through ' to underneath the couch ), and a pet Cockatoo who repeats overheard phrases ( which is often found with its beak gagged ).
To the northwest of the living room are the laundry room, garage, dining room, smoking room, drawing room, housekeeper's quarters, and kitchen ; a popular command allows players in the living room to push others into the kitchen and ask them to " fetch me a cup of tea "; since players can prevent themselves from being moved in such a fashion, this command is more often used on new users, who may have difficulty finding their way back to the Living Room.
Since the mid-1950s, saxophonist Jackie McLean had been exploring a concept he called " The Big Room ", where the often strict rules of bebop could be loosened or abandoned at will.
It is often referred to as COBRA or Cobra by the media, this relates to the acronym for Cabinet Office Briefing Room A as the meetings were usually held in Conference Room A at the Cabinet Office main building at 70 Whitehall, this abbreviation is no longer used within the Cabinet Office.
often visited the exclusive Print Room at the British Museum in the company of Richard Aldington and the curator and poet Laurence Binyon in order to examine Nishiki-e prints that incorporated traditional Japanese verse.
The road is featured briefly in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows when Harry and his friends were escaping from Death Eaters, by J. K. Rowling ; The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins ; Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf ; Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw and its musical adaptation, My Fair Lady ; Saturday and Atonement by Ian McEwan ; several Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ; the Saki story Reginald on Christmas Presents ; several stories by John Collier ; A Room with a View by E. M. Forster ; The London Eye Mystery, The Late Mr Elvesham by Herbert G. Wells by Siobhan Dowd ; The Wish House by Celia Rees ; a The Matrix-based story, Goliath by Neil Gaiman ; features often in novels by Mark Billingham and The Lonely Londoners by Sam Selvon.
The bear is often privy to Mr. Bean's various schemes and doubles as a dish cloth or paint brush in an emergency ; it has been decapitated (" Mr. Bean in Room 426 "), used as his paint brush (" Do-It-Yourself Mr. Bean ") and shrunk in the wash (" Tee Off, Mr. Bean ").
Shaw did many big band remotes, and he was often heard from the Blue Room of New York's Hotel Lincoln.
Throughout the late 1960s, Clark toured in concerts in the States, and she often appeared in supper clubs such as the Copacabana in New York City, the Ambassador Hotel's Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles, and the Empire Room at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where she consistently broke house attendance records.
Room and board was often a price set by the local government but the price for everything else could add up to a common woman ’ s entire earnings.
In the United Kingdom, halls often run a similar setup to that in the U. S, although the resident academic responsible for the hall is known by the term of " warden " and may be supported by a team of vice-wardens, sub-wardens or senior-members ; forming the SCR ( Senior Common Room ).
Some colleges also insist on their being worn to Junior Common Room meetings, and they are often seen in college chapels.
The hotel became a meeting place for war leaders: Winston Churchill often took his cabinet to lunch at the hotel, Lord Mountbatten, Charles de Gaulle, Jan Masaryk and General Wavell were among the regular Grill Room diners, and the hotel's air-raid shelters were " the smartest in London ".
Merton was often hesitant when asked to put animals into Room 101, normally saying, " You're asking me to get rid of an entire species ", but he normally backed down.
The Underwriting Room ( often simply known as the Room ) is overlooked by galleries, forming a high atrium lit naturally through a huge barrel-vaulted glass roof.
As a person who feels nauseous is often said to look " green ", so the " Green Room " is the place where the nervous actors wait.
Upper School students are entitled to the use of the Upper School Area, which encompasses a common area, staff offices, a pantry, a conference room, a Directed Studies room and a Careers Room, often undergoing refurbishment at the end of the academic year.
She has made numerous appearances on BBC TV shows Have I Got News for You, Mock the Week, QI, Room 101, Celebrity Weakest Link, Question Time and Newsnight ; she has often joked that the BBC pay her a regular wage for " blabbering on random shows ".
Room and leads
The Entrance Hall leads into the longest range, the eastern range, consisting of the Long Hall, at the north end, and the Dining Room.
The Dining Room leads into a room now known as the Green Room, which is canted ten degrees to the east.
The Dining Room leads to the small Guard Room, which contains two 17th-century chairs and an 18th-century blunderbuss.
A staircase from the east of the Guard Room leads to the Gallery on the upper floor, to the south side of which is the Solar, containing a 16th-century four-poster bed known as the Boswell bed.
The King's Room leads to the balcony over the main entrance, from which Pope John Paul II blessed a waiting crowd during his 1981 Philippine visit and which President Arroyo confides was her bedroom as the young daughter of President Diosdado Macapagal.
The comic book tie-in to the Justice League Batman-Batman Adventures # 12-features a short called " The Hidden Display " which tells how a young Dick Grayson persuades Batman into keeping a robot T-Rex early on his career, which eventually leads to the Trophy Room of the Cave.
The Professor leads her to the Danger Room and introduces her to the X-Men: Cyclops, Colossus, Dazzler, Nightcrawler, Storm, and Wolverine.
Schaffer sets explosives to create diversions around the compound, while Smith leads the group to the Radio Room, where he informs Rolland of their success.
This coincides with Hawk's claim that every spirit must pass through the Black Lodge on the way to perfection and that the Red Room leads to the White Lodge as well.
This room leads to the Dining Room on the north side of the house, which contains paintings of the Leicester family.
An opening in the " Flame Room " floor leads to a narrow chamber with representations on the walls of the objects which were kept in them.
The road from the Eastern Gate, which passes between the Clock Tower and the Relic Tower, leads to the Mye-Nandaw, and the Golden Spire over the Lion Throne Room, which marks the centre of the city.
Three of his most notable film roles were leads in the Powell and Pressburger films Black Narcissus ( 1947 ), The Small Back Room ( 1949 ), and Gone to Earth ( 1950 ).