Prospect

Underground area where geologists believe there is a good chance of finding something of value.

prospect

a defined geological or geophysical feature or anomaly that has been surveyed and defined, usually by seismic data, to a degree that its configuration is fairly well established and that is considered potentially to have a hydrocarbon accumulation;

prospect

  1. the possibility of future success
  2. belief about (or mental picture of) the future
  3. someone who is considered for something (for an office or prize or honor etc.)
  4. the visual percept of a region
  5. a prediction of the course of a disease

prospect

To search for a mineral deposit or mineral in a deposit.
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Prospect

• (v.) Relative position of the front of a building or other structure; face; relative aspect. • (v. i.) To make a search; to seek; to explore, as for mines or the like; as, to prospect for gold. • (v.) That which is hoped for; ground for hope or expectation; expectation; probable result; as, the prospect of success. • (v.) The ...
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prospect

(from the article `mining`) Various techniques are used in the search for a mineral deposit, an activity called prospecting. Once a discovery has been made, the property ...
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prospect

1. That which is embraced by eye in vision; the region which the eye overlooks at one time; view; scene; outlook. 'His eye discovers unaware The goodly prospect of some foreign land.' (Milton) ... 2. Especially, a picturesque or widely extended view; a landscape; hence, a sketch of a landscape.' 'I went to Putney . . . To take prospects in crayon.'...
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prospect

scene noun the visual percept of a region; `the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views`
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prospect

noun the possibility of future success; `his prospects as a writer are excellent`
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Prospect

[magazine] Prospect is a monthly British general interest magazine, specialising in politics, economics and current affairs. Topics include British, European, and US politics, social issues, art, literature, cinema, science, the media, history, philosophy, and psychology. It features a mixture of lengthy analytic articles, first-person repo...
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Prospect

[sports] In sports, a prospect is any player whose rights are owned by a professional team, but who has yet to play a game for the team, or isn`t established with the team yet. Prospects can sometimes be assigned to farm teams. Also, they may decide to go back to college to play. Major-league professional sports teams also trade prospects, ...
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Prospect

[Topping, Virginia] Prospect is a historic plantation home located near Topping, Middlesex County, Virginia. The house was constructed between 1820 and 1850, and is a 2 1/2-story, five-bay, frame dwelling with a gable roof in the Federal style. Two 38-foot chimneys abut each end of the house and the front and rear facades have identical gab...
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Prospect

[trade union] == Introduction == Prospect is a United Kingdom trade union which represents engineers, managers, scientists and other specialists in both the public and private sectors. It was formed on 1 November 2001 by the merger of the trade unions the Institution of Professionals Managers and Specialists (IPMS) and the Engineers and Man...
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Prospect

Pros'pect intransitive verb To make a search; to seek; to explore, as for mines or the like; as, to prospect for gold.
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Prospect

Pros'pect noun [ Latin prospectus , from prospicere , prospectum , to look forward; pro before, forward + specere , spicere , look, to see: confer Old French prospect . See Spy , v. , and confer Prospectus .]
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Prospect

Pros'pect transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Prospected ; present participle & verbal noun Prospecting .] To look over; to explore or examine for something; as, to prospect a district for gold.
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Prospect

A mining property, the value of which has not been determined by exploration.
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Prospect

A mining property, the value of which has not been determined by exploration.
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Prospect

A mining property, the value of which has not been determined by exploration.
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Prospect

A person who is not currently a client or customer who may (or may not) purchase a product from the... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/prospect.htm?id=1184&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of prospect'>more</a>
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prospect

an excavation undertaken in a search for ore.
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Prospect

The name of a person on a mailing list, who has not previously made a purchase, but is considered to be a potential buyer for a given product or service .
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prospect

[n] - the possibility of future success 2. [v] - search for something desirable 3. [v] - explore for useful or valuable things or substances, such as minerals
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