It ain't the salt mines or a shoe factory, but it's deadly dull.
Will it be some men who wait at home to pamper a wife back from a long day in the salt mines?
There are salt mines where men, women, and children live all their lives, and never see sun or sky.
It has its name from the hales, or salt mines,1137 near which it flows.
They sent many of the chillun to work at the salt mines, where we went to git salt.
It owes its name to the salt mines of Montmorot, its western suburb, which have been used from a very remote period.
The salt mines of Poland afford the principal objects of investigation to scientific travellers in this country.
The last-named is a very interesting river, for in the vicinity of either bank are to be found the petroleum wells or salt mines.
When the salt mines of Sardinia are on one side a man and liberty is on the other, he does not yield to despair.
On reaching the salt mines of Ndemba437 he founded a “presidio,” and garrisoned it with one hundred men.