- A glacial or alluvial deposit of sand or gravel containing eroded particles of important nutrients.
- somewhere in which a placer deposit is cleaned to extract its mineral content.
- one that puts or arranges something.
- A lamb whose mama has actually died and which includes moved its attachment to an object, eg a bush or stone, within the locality.
- A deposit of sand or earth in a river-bed etc. containing particles of silver or other precious nutrients.
- person who puts or sets.
- A deposit of earth, sand, or gravel, containing valuable mineral in particles, specially by the part of a river, or in the sleep of a mountain torrent.
- a person who puts, locates, or sets.
- In minning, somewhere where trivial detritus is cleaned for gold or other valuable nutrients: a word formerly in common used in Ca, nevertheless now nearly obsolete.
- In ceramics, a workman in a pottery whom puts the unburned ware into the saggars and arranges the saggars within the kiln.
- an alluvial deposit which contains particles of some important mineral
- In mining, to mine by the hydraulic procedure; wash out (silver) from a bank by a stream of water.
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