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Meanings and phrases
- fossil fuel consisting of carbonized vegetable matter deposited in the Carboniferous period
- a hot fragment of wood or coal that is left from a fire and is glowing or smoldering; ember
- burn to charcoal; char
- supply with coal
- take in coal
- a hard natural coal that burns slowly and gives intense heat; anthracite; hard coal
- On February 5, 1837, Thomas used a hot blast to smelt iron ore and anthracite coal.
- The Lackawanna Valley in Pennsylvania was rich in anthracite coal and iron deposits.
- Filters used anthracite coal to give final clarity, followed by chlorination and storage.
- rich in tarry hydrocarbons; burns readily with a smoky yellow flame; soft coal
- It contains some sedimentary rock and bituminous coal.
- At the start of the 19th century, coal mining was almost all bituminous coal.
- A forge typically uses bituminous coal, industrial coke or charcoal as the fuel to heat metal.
- intermediate between peat and bituminous coal; lignite; wood coal
- Until the mid-20th century brown coal was mined in the valley near Motnik.
- That would also ensure war reparations to France (chiefly in the form of brown coal).
- This brown coal open cast mine is required to feed the waste water into the surface water.
- a bituminous coal that burns with a luminous flame
- a very dark black; ebony; jet black; pitch black; sable; soot black
- freight car with fixed sides and no roof; for transporting coal
- a chute for coal
- gaseous mixture produced by distillation of bituminous coal and used for heating and lighting
- He then adapted the gazomètre for coal gas storage.
- The 1860s were the golden age of coal gas development.
- He found that sulfuric acid could absorb large volumes of coal gas.
- a shed for storing coal
- the producers of coal considered collectively
- The game was sponsored by the Friends of Coal, a coal industry trade group.
- During 1945, the AAC moved into the coal industry by acquiring Coal Estates.
- He is known for a series of paintings documenting the South Wales coal industry.
- a mine where coal is dug from the ground; coalpit
- someone who works in a coal mine; collier; pitman
- He also spent a week working as a coal miner in Cologne, Germany.
- It was established after a crippling coal miner strike in the state.
- Williams was born in Tonypandy, Wales in 1927, the son of a coal miner.
- lung disease caused by inhaling coal dust; anthracosis; black lung; black lung disease
- a flammable hydrocarbon oil used as fuel in lamps and heaters; kerosene; kerosine; lamp oil
- container for coal; shaped to permit pouring the coal onto the fire; scuttle
- a seam of coal
- By 1916 its fortunes had changed, the coal seam had levelled out.
- In 1932, it was renamed Freeburn supposedly for a freeburning coal seam fire.
- It is one of several basins in the Buffalo area that were formed by coal seam fires.
- a hand shovel for shoveling coal
- a tar formed from distillation of bituminous coal; coal tar can be further distilled to give various aromatic compounds
- Acenaphthylene occurs as about 2% of coal tar.
- It is obtained from coal tar, where it exists as a 1% component.
- They are made from petroleum coke after it is mixed with coal tar pitch.
- tongs for taking hold of burning coals; fire tongs
- a hard natural coal that burns slowly and gives intense heat; anthracite; anthracite coal
- pulverized bituminous coal; used as a foundry facing
- rich in tarry hydrocarbons; burns readily with a smoky yellow flame; bituminous coal
- coal suitable for use under steam boilers
- a carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air; charcoal
- intermediate between peat and bituminous coal; lignite; brown coal
- Ugljevik has been coal mining area since 1899.
- The main industry in the area is coal mining.
- Thanks to coal mining, chemical industry was developed.
- During the 1850s another two coal mines were opened.
- Mortimer also operated coal mines at Pictou.
- Mach is famous for its jail, built in 1929 and coal mines.
- By 1914 there were 1,000,000 coal miners in Scotland.
- The coal miners called them "Cossacks" and "Yellow Dogs".
- Sturgeon grew up in a family of coal miners, oilmen and farmers.
- The plant consumes about 20,000 tons of coal a day.
- The boat averaged 5–6 tons of coal on each trip.
- The tender carried 7 tons of water and 3 tons of coal.
- Malawi has coal reserves estimated at 22 billion tons.
- Welkom also has significant coal reserves.
- Handan was prized by the Japanese invaders for its coal reserves.
- It may even be mixed in with coal deposits.
- The usual coal deposits of the area of bituminous or semi-bituminous coal.
- DM&E would become the third railroad to tap into the coal deposits in the region.
- Numerous coal seams represent ancient peat swamps.
- This exposure shows thin, variable coal seams.
- The best coal seams had long been depleted.
- Total coal production had been 764,600 tonnes.
- Employment centers around coal production and various mills in the area.
- Morocco stopped coal production in 2000, when Jerada coal mine was closed.
- These blocks held about 670 million tonnes of coal.
- The plant burnt around 10,000 tonnes of coal a day.
- The engines could carry 1.3 tonnes of coal and 2.5 m of water.
- BHP Billiton is the world's largest coal producer.
- It is the largest coal liquefaction plant in the world.
- They are among the largest coal units built.
- The Chegdomyn coal fields are north of Novy Urgal.
- The black diamond shape alludes to the coal fields of West Virginia.
- Extension to the coal fields did not result in immediate prosperity.
- Baskett had its start in 1888 as a coal town.
- The buildings form the historic center of the coal town of Benham.
- The coal town was built around and named for the Hardy Burlington Mining Company.
- Another example of a fuel burning power plant is coal power plant.
- However two fifths of China's coal power stations are estimated to be loss-making.
- Oxygen can be used in oxy-combustion coal power plants, enabling capture and sequestration.
- These coal trains who were moving halted and waited at these junctions for safety reasons.
- The other three were assigned to hauling coal trains between Cadoxton Yard and Barry Docks.
- A tender locomotive version was introduced on the Barry Railway Company in 1889 to haul coal trains.
- Hydrocarbons (such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas) contain carbon as well.
- Iron catalysts are preferred for lower quality feedstocks such as coal or biomass.
- Some of the city's necessities such as coal arrived by barge, but most came by road.
- The Lackawanna Valley in Pennsylvania was rich in anthracite coal and iron deposits.
- The vessel was then employed in coal and iron ore trade for the remainder of the year.
- The 1866 supplement also stipulated that the words "coal and iron police" appear on their badges.
- All exposure to coal dust must be stopped, and smoking cessation should be attempted.
- This demonstration was contrary to the old belief widely held at the time that coal dust could not explode without gas.
- James McGhee was employed to clean out brick kilns and developed dermatitis from the accumulation of coal dust on his skin.
- From 1922 onward Gamble focused on surgery, particularly for the local coal miners.
- Although supplied with local coal, the furnace was more than by canal from the nearest iron ore, in Columbia County.
- However, it began a gradual decline as the local coal seams began to give out and the demand for and price of coal dropped.
- Incidence is currently 1 in 100,000 people but is likely to fall as the coal mining industry declines.
- Prior to 1977, there were no federal laws regulating the surface mining aspect of the coal mining industry.
- NREC has worked with coal mining industry partners to develop operator assistance technology for longwall mining.
- After the strike ended, coal traffic rapidly fell off.
- The rosy prospects of coal traffic proved illusory, however.
- This brought considerable volumes of coal traffic to the branch.
- In 1961, he moved to Virgie and founded a coal company with his brother-in-law.
- Ellis Bailey expresses that "I can't fight a big coal company, he's got too much money."
- The town is named after Constance Landgraff Andrews, the wife of a coal company executive.
- Duff, Tennessee Duff is an unincorporated community and coal town in Campbell County, Tennessee.
- Block, Tennessee Block is an unincorporated community and coal town in Campbell County, Tennessee.
- Vasper, Tennessee Vasper is an unincorporated community and coal town in Campbell County, Tennessee.
- Medium coking coal is produced in its mines in Mohuda and Barakar areas.
- BCCL is the major producer of prime coking coal (raw and washed) in India.
- The mine contains semi-soft coking coal, thermal coal and metallurgical coal.
- The police found documents during the raid that had been hidden in a coal bunker incriminating Mandela.
- In 1892 the final fourteen locomotives were built with a larger coal bunker, increasing their weight to .
- This was similar to the earlier Sentinel-Cammell cars, but with the coal bunker was outside the car on the powered bogie.
- In the early part of 1911, "Wacousta" was again chartered to transport coal.
- The tramway joined the line at Tannymorel to transport coal from a nearby mine to the railway.
- In 1830–31, a 7.5-km narrow-gauge railway was built from Überruhr to Nierenhof (part of Langenberg) to transport coal.
- The station uses 20,000 to 30,000 tons of coal per day.
- In other words, there are 74 million tons of coal per km³.
- The process required at least 60 kg of coal per kg of synthetic butter.
- On 4 May 1872 Bathurst was lit by gas when the new coal fired plant was brought into use.
- Bulgaria is currently seeking an exemption for their whole fleet of coal fired power plants.
- It is the only coal fired power plant in Pakistan which is using indigenous coal of Lakhra Coal Mines.
- Huge amounts of coal ash and other waste is produced annually.
- On March 1, 2018, Pruitt issued a proposed rule to relax regulation of coal ash.
- It is currently the third worst coal ash spill ever to happen in the United States.
- The geology of Glen Massey accounts for its rise and fall as a former coal mining centre.
- It is located in a former WTK coal and steel works at the terminus of the former coal railway.
- The novel opens with a former coal miner, Albert Castelucci, asking Balzic to investigate the killing of his son.
- Banjarmasin serves as the closest town to the large coal loading anchorage port of Taboneo.
- The large coal deposits of the Carboniferous may owe their existence primarily to two factors.
- The town is in the center of a large coal field and there are also smaller amounts of oil in the area.
- Approximately 75 Tg/S per year of sulfur dioxide (SO) is released from burning coal.
- "Clean" coal technology usually addresses atmospheric problems resulting from burning coal.
- Most carbon dioxide from human activities is released from burning coal and other fossil fuels.
- Many coal companies paid miners with company scrip (private money), good only at company-owned stores.
- It was established by the Pennsylvania General Assembly but employed and paid by the various coal companies.
- BCOA was formed in 1950 as a group to negotiate with the UMWA on behalf of large coal companies located in the Appalachian region.