Surface mining equipment - are equipment or machines being used for surface mining when coal is found close to the surface or on hillsides. It involves removing the topsoil and subsoil and setting them aside while the coal is removed. The following are the equipment/machines used to recover the coal:

Sprocket is a teeth like projections arranged on a Wheel rim to engage the links of a chain.

Sugar is characterized as pure carbohydrate, a nutrient that supplies energy to the body. Sucrose is the chemical name for table sugar. Sucrose occurs naturally in every fruit and vegetable in the plant kingdom. It is the major product of photosynthesis, the process by which plants transform the sun's energy into food. There are various types of sugar you'll find on product labels, among them are:

Saddle bag refers to a bag which fit over the sides of a horse saddle which functions as compartments for belongings or for carrying belongings.

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Saddle (Saddle is described as leather-covered seat for a ...)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): bags

One employed to lay slate surfaces, as on roofs

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The term saddle may refer to the following:

  • a type of supportive and/or protective structure for a rider or other load, usually made of leather, attached to an animal for riding, such as a horse

Scooter is a mobility device for users who have some ability to walk, but are limited in distance or stamina, as in people with milder forms of cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, post-polio syndrome, stroke survivors, arthritis, and cardiac conditions, among others.

The term slide may refer to the following:

  • a type of geographical feature composed of fixed and settled residue from a landslide that has since stabilized
  • Landslide (or landslip), a geological phenomenon involving the movement of soil, mud or rock down a slope

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