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AMAD CLAIM BLOCK, DIAMOND PROSPECT, N.W.T. DRILLING CONTRACT SIGNED

 VANCOUVER, British Columbia, July 28 /PRNewswire/-- Teryl Resources Corp. (Vancouver: TRC) announced that a drilling contract has been signed with Connors Drilling Ltd. to drill seven potential kimberlite pipe targets. Drilling is to commence late this week and is expected to be completed in about two weeks. A ground geophysics survey has just been completed and the entire Amad Claim Block and seven drill targets have been identified and prioritized by MineQuest Exploration Associates Ltd., which will supervise the program.
 The claims are located within the Dia Met Claim Block and adjoin the Dentonia/Horseshoe/Kettle River syndicate claims to the south. Encouraging results from the 1992 program consisted of airborne geophysical work and a ground sampling program that resulted in diamond indicator minerals of all seven samples including a total of 106 garnets (31 pyrope garnets of which two are G10 garnets) and five chrome diopsides.
 Teryl can earn a 50-percent interest in the 2,530-acre prospect by expending $250,000 over three years. Calco Resources Inc. retains the other 50-percent interest.
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 /CONTACT: Lydia Lowe of Teryl Resources Corp., (U.S.) 800-665-4616, 604-278-5119 or 604-278-4455/
 (TRC.)


CO: Teryl Resources Corp.; Connors Drilling Ltd. ST: British Columbia IN: MNG SU: CON

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