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What does BLEG stand for?

BLEG stands for Bulk Leach Extractable Gold


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Sydney, Australia, April 12, 2012 - (ABN Newswire) - Global Metals Exploration NL (ASX:GXN) is pleased to announce the results of its second phase of Bulk Leach Extractable Gold ("BLEG") soil geochemical programme on the Company's Jutson Rocks project in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia.
Sydney, Australia, Nov 28, 2011 - (ABN Newswire) - Following the successful announcement earlier this week of the highly encouraging first pass Bulk Leach Extractable Gold ("BLEG") geochemistry and auger drilling results in a known gold structural corridor, Global Nickel Investments NL (ASX:GNI) has now finalised a drilling contract for a RAB drilling programme across a large portion of the multiple zones of anomalous gold that were identified in earlier auger drilling.
Sydney, Australia, Nov 22, 2011 - (ABN Newswire) - Global Nickel Investments NL (ASX:GNI) are pleased to announce that strong and cohesive gold anomalism has been defined from the results of auger sampling of broad Bulk Leach Extractable Gold ("BLEG") anomalies at the Company's Jutson Rocks project in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia.
Perth, Australia, Oct 13, 2011 - (ABN Newswire) - Global Nickel Investments NL (ASX:GNI) are pleased to announce that the Company will be conducting an auger drill campaign this week to follow up on its recent Bulk Leach Extractable Gold ("BLEG") successes on the Jutson Rocks project (EL 38/1540).
NEW HANOVER Results of the bulk leach extractable gold stream (BLEG) samplings on the New Hanover exploration license confirmed and refined significant anomalies in the Sania and Taimo River drainages, with 20 percent of the samples showing strongly anomalous values between 20 and 60 parts-per-billion (ppb) gold.