Some articles on troy, million troy ounces:
... is located at the northeast corner of Fulton and Fourth (northbound US 4) in Troy, New York, United States ... since 1986 has also been a contributing property to the Central Troy Historic District ... remains one of the landmarks of downtown Troy ...
... The city and surrounding area are served by a daily newspaper based in Troy, the Troy Daily News. ...
... The CMB is most famous for gold over 25 million troy ounces (778 t) of the metal have been extracted from the area ... finds in 1859 prompted the Pikes Peak Gold Rush lasting until 1867 over 1.25 million troy ounces (39 t) of gold were produced in those eight years ... mining in the Belt included Central City in the Front Range, west of Denver (4.2 million troy ounces (131 t) of gold 1859-1960) ...
... Nickel’s holdings in East Siberia as of December 31, 2004, were reported to be 81.791 million troy ounces ... Proven and probable reserves were reported to be 62.183 million troy ounces of palladium and 15.993 million troy ounces of platinum with ore grades that ranged from 5.5 grams per metric ton (g/t) to ... Measured and indicated mineral resources were reported to be an additional 141 million troy ounces of palladium and 40 million troy ounces of platinum ...
... kilometres from the famous site of Hisarlik (the supposed location of Homer's Troy). 1988 the Turkish government gave him an exclusive excavation license for Troy itself (which for academic purposes is internationally known as Troia, at his suggestion) ... Over many years, his team excavated large sections of the lower part of Troy, beneath the later Roman-era ruins ...
Famous quotes containing the words ounces, million and/or troy:
“Charity and justice are worth a thousand ounces of gold.”
“I get so tired listening to one million dollars here, one million dollars there, its so petty.”
—Imelda Marcos (b. 1929)
“The soldier takes pride in saluting his Captain,
The devotee proffers a knee to his Lord,
Some back a mare thrown from a thoroughbred,
Troy backed its Helen, Troy died and adored;
Great nations blossom above,
A slave bows down to a slave.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)