Veins

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Silver Mining In Colorado - Central City-Idaho Springs District
... Silver veins were discovered in the Central City-Idaho Springs district a short time after lode gold was discovered in 1859 ... However, mining the silver veins was delayed for the most part until smelters were built in the late 1860s ... The veins of the district are zoned in a roughly concentric manner, with gold-bearing pyrite veins in the center, and silver-bearing galena veins more common in the outlying areas ...
Smallest Cardiac Veins
... The smallest cardiac veins or Thebesian veins or veins of Thebesius are minute valveless veins in the walls of all four heart chambers and they are often confused with the ...
Cobalt Silver Rush - Rush
... On his second day he found a vein, and staked it with another prospector, Alex Longwell ... Immediately thereafter he found a second vein, staking it for himself, while Longwell went off to stake another of his own ... of ore was shipped, but the obvious surface veins were mined out ...
Leaf - Morphology - Venation
... venation, namely, craspedodromous, where the major veins stretch up to the margin of the leaf, and camptodromous, when major veins extend close to the margin, but ... called pinnate-netted, penniribbed, penninerved, or penniveined) – the veins arise pinnately from a single mid-vein and subdivide into veinlets ... Three main veins branch at the base of the lamina and run essentially parallel subsequently, as in Ceanothus ...
Sublingual Vein
... The sublingual vein is a vein which drains the tongue ... Veins (emissary, jugular and others) of head and neck (drainage patterns can vary) (TA A12.3.04–06, GA 7.644) External jugular Retromandibular maxillary (pterygo ...

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    How shall a man escape from his ancestors, or draw off from his veins the black drop which he drew from his father’s or mother’s life?
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