An old prospector told me about a woman he met in Ashley.
The prospector is guided in his search by a knowledge of the geological conditions under which useful minerals occur.
The work of the prospector frequently furnishes much of the information required.
Play a gold prospector on a quest to go to Las Vegas.
Local historians believe he was a gold prospector who died in his sleep in the hotel, but laid there for several days before he was found.
An old prospector will judge from six ounces of stuff within a few pennyweights what will be the yield of a ton.
After Major John Bullis sacked him as chief of scouts at San Carlos in December, 1890, Sieber became a prospector.
Terry has bought a £ 9 license allowing him to be a gold prospector for two years.
Prospector's Mystery Rock (ages 7 and up) - This award-winning game takes kids on an excavating adventure.
prospector's tent at minus 20 degrees C.
One of two UFOs flying at low altitude settled to the ground near an amateur prospector in a remote area of Canada.
Grains of gold or particles of ore may be detected by washing samples of gravel in a prospector's 1 Of doubtful origin.
One prospector catches a brief glimpse of his card when it's blown overboard by a sudden gust of wind.
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