Dryblower and the mining industry's problem with adjectives

WHEN short of a bedside book last week, Dryblower reached for his dog-eared copy of the JORC code, the mining rule book, to check on the correct use of certain words when discussing an exploration project – words such as “exceptional”, “spectacular” and “outstanding”.

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Oddly, he couldn't find a mention anywhere of those handy adjectives which all mean roughly the same thing; damned good.

What a shame.

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