Definition of Stoped
1. stope [v] - See also: stope
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Literary usage of Stoped
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Igneous Rocks and Their Origin by Reginald Aldworth Daly (1914)
"According to Weed, shale fragments may have been stoped up, ... Abyssal Assimilation of stoped Blocks.—A principal corollary of stoping is the chemical ..."
2. The Mines of the West: A Report to the Secretary of the Treasury by Rossiter Worthington Raymond (1869)
"stoped out and carved in, vein feet thick f 26 00 Yield per ton. 2. stoped out, vein feet thick 26 00 3. stoped out, partly caved in, vein feet thick 26 00 ..."
3. Historical Records of New South Wales by Frank Murcott Bladen (1892)
"... two or A ^^~ three feet below the wale, starboard side, I hope to be able to have it stoped before I sail on my return to the coast of New South Wales. ..."
4. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Mineral Statistics of the State of by Michigan (1881)
"... side of this horse is a fine quality of soft specular blue ore, and has a width of 12 feet on the north side of the horse as far us they have stoped, ..."
5. Report of the Commission Appointed to Investigate the Zinc Resources of by Canada Zinc commission, Walter Renton Ingalls, Philip Argall, Alfred C. Gardé, Alfred Ernest Barlow, Henry Harris, Henry E. Wood (1906)
"For about 200 feet westward from the cave the level is stoped in the roof. ... This level has been stoped close to the mouth and almost up to surface. ..."
6. Annual Report by Geological Survey of Canada (1889)
"Plate INW SILVER ISLET MINE . LEGEND CROSS-CUTS E THUS ft CROSS-CUTS W .. Q TRAP ARGILLITE Ore stoped away, shewn blank. ..."
7. The Cost of Mining: An Exhibit of the Results of Important Mines Throughout by James Ralph Finlay (1910)
"If we add the plants, the total estimate for all ores will not fall far short of $30 per ton shipped, and $12 per ton stoped. The ores averaged probably $36 ..."