the south african army maintains a wide variety of military equipment. m1919a4 browning medium machine gun modified by lyttleton engineering works, now denel land systems, to fire the 7.62×51mm round. it is belt fed and generally fitted to armoured and infantry vehicles as well as certain helicopters as a secondary or tertiary armament.
of the iron ore exported 38.5% of the volume was iron ore pellets with a value of $2.3 billion and 61.5% was iron ore concentrates with a value of $2.3 billion. the majority of canada's iron ore comes from nunavut and from labrador along the quebec and newfoundland and labrador border. brazil
till may contain detectable concentrations of gems or other valuable ore minerals picked up by the glacier during its advance, for example the diamonds found in the u.s. states of wisconsin, indiana, and in canada.
mechanical tree shaker and other orchard equipment; mower; rake; reaper-binder now mostly replaced by the swather rice huller; swather more common in the northern united states and canada wagon and variations of gravity wagons, trailers—e.g. silage trailers, grain hopper trailers and lighter, two-wheeled carts
vanning is a type of ore dressing by which ores are washed on a shovel. . the frue vanner was one such machine that was widely adopted. it was invented in 1874, by w. b. frue, superintendent of the silver islet mine, ontario, canada, who spent two years developing the system.
canada is a country in the northern part of north america.its ten provinces and three territories extend from the atlantic to the pacific and northward into the arctic ocean, covering 9.98 million square kilometres 3.85 million square miles , making it the world's second-largest country by total area.its southern border with the united states, stretching 8,891 kilometres 5,525 mi , is the .
later, more advanced machines were used such as the frue vanner, invented in 1874. other equipment used historically includes the hutch, a trough used with some ore-dressing machines and the keeve or kieve, a large tub used for differential settlement. unit operations
an early example of this is the dehne filter press, developed by a l g dehne 1832–1906 of halle, germany, and commonly used in the late 19th and early 20th century for extracting sugar from sugar beet and from sugar cane, and for drying ore slurries. its great disadvantage was the amount of labor involved in its operation.
confidence tricks and scams are difficult to classify, because they change often and often contain elements of more than one type. throughout this list, the perpetrator of the confidence trick is called the 'con artist' or simply 'artist', and the intended victim is the 'mark'.