Definition of Ore bed
1. Noun. A stratum of ore.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ore Bed
ore bed (current term)
Literary usage of Ore bed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin by Tennessee Division of Geology, Geological Survey, Division of Geology, Tennessee (1913)
"In the Birmingham district the dip of the ore bed from its outcrop generally to distances of 1500 to 2500 feet continues fairly uniform, ranging generally ..."
2. Annual Report by Geological Survey of Canada (1906)
"The old trenches on the shell-ore bed are about eight feet in depth and they have a total length of nearly a mile. At the brenk on the shell-ore at Martin's ..."
3. Special Report by Geological Survey of Alabama, Columbia University, School of Dental and Oral Surgery (1847)
"At the northern end of the ridge at an altitude of 980 feet the ore bed crops out around the nose of a small unsymmetrical syncline. (PI. ..."
4. Transactions by North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers., Gerard H. Matthes (1887)
"The ore-bed, at the point chosen for examination, appeared to course about NB and to dip ... Mr. Lancaster states that the ore bed is here 15 inches thick. ..."
5. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1917)
"It has been mentioned, however, that one main manganese-ore bed is found in the district and that possibly other horizons carry manganese ore. ..."
6. The Iron Manufacturer's Guide to the Furnaces, Forges and Rolling Mills of by J. Peter Lesley, American Iron and Steel Association (1859)
"At Dr. Norton's quarry near by, is the lower ore bed, oolitic, and formerly worked to smelt. Between Utica and Vernon, near the Kirkland town line, ..."
7. A Text-book of Mineralogy: With an Extended Treatise on Crystallography and by Edward Salisbury Dana, James Dwight Dana (1880)
"-n-cnn»; on Mill brook, calcite, pyroxene, hornblende, albite; in the town of Moriah, magnetite, black mica ; Barton Hill ore bed, albite. NEWCOMB. ..."