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Mineral

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Mineral River also called Mineral

flows for its entire length in western Ontonagon County, rising in the Ottawa National Forest and flowing generally northward to meet Lake Superior about 11 mi (18 km) west-southwest of OntonagonSource: Wikipedia

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Mineral County also called Mineral

the name of several counties in the United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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soft drinks also called Mineral

a beverage that does not contain alcohol. Carbonated soft drinks are commonly known as soda, soda pop, pop, or tonic (northeastern USA) in the United States, soda or pop in Canada, fizzy drinks or pop in the United Kingdom and sometimes minerals in ISource: Wikipedia

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Mineral

a town in Louisa County, Virginia, United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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Mineral

a small town in Lewis County, Washington just off State Route 7 near the Pierce/Lewis county lineSource: Wikipedia

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Mineral

an unincorporated community in northwestern Bee County, Texas, United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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Mineral

a village in the United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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Dietary mineral also called Mineral

are the chemical elements required by living organisms, other than the four elements carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen present in common organic moleculesSource: Wikipedia

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Mineral

an element or chemical compound that is normally crystalline, formed as a result of geological processesSource: Wikipedia

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Mineral resources also called Mineral

are naturally occurring substances that are considered valuable in their relatively unmodified (natural) formSource: Wikipedia

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Mineral

an indie/emo bandSource: Wikipedia

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Mineral

a census-designated place in the United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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Mineral water also called Mineral

In many places, mineral water is often colloquially used to mean carbonated water (which is usually carbonated mineral water, as opposed to tap water)Source: Wikipedia

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