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Difference between 'Miner' and 'Minor'

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A Meter is a man who works in a mine.

A minor is a person under age or lesser.

Sample Usage

1. The miners of cornwall are on a strike.
2. Two coalminers were died last day.

1. Women and minors enjoy special protection of the law.
2. What you say is of minor importance.
3. A minor share of the profits.

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