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coal box

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  • coal-box — coalˈ box noun 1. A box for holding coal 2. A shell that emits black smoke (milit sl) • • • Main Entry: ↑coal …   Useful english dictionary

  • coal box — n. box used to carry coal …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs — Merrie Melodies series Coal Black title card. Directed by …   Wikipedia

  • coal mining — Coal was very important in the economic development of Britain. It was used as fuel in the factories built during the Industrial Revolution and continued to be important until the 1980s. The main coalfields are in north east England, the north… …   Universalium

  • coal bunker — noun A box, recess or compartment for storing coal • • • Main Entry: ↑coal * * * coal bunker UK US noun [countable] [singular coal bunker plural coal bunkers …   Useful english dictionary

  • box|man — «BOKS muhn», noun, plural men. 1. a person who weighs the charges for a blast furnace. 2. a person who attends to boxes used in washing coal. 3. a person who fills boxes of any sort …   Useful english dictionary

  • Coal breaker — A coal breaking plant, depicted on a postcard in 1907. A coal breaker was a coal processing plant which broke coal into various useful sizes. Coal breakers also removed impurities from the coal (typically slate) and deposited them into a culm… …   Wikipedia

  • Coal in Australia — Australian Energy resources and major export ports …   Wikipedia

  • Coal torpedo — A coal torpedo. This example was prepared as a model, with a partial coal dust coating and the plug left out. It was found in Jefferson Davis office by Union General Edward Ripley when Union forces captured Richmond in April 1865. The coal… …   Wikipedia

  • Coal mouse — A coal mouse is a small cardboard box containing a small amount of magnesium and other chemicals with a fuse extending out. They are used to start fires in coal stoves and furnaces by laying it on the stoves grate, covering it with coal and… …   Wikipedia

  • coal —    A lucky substance. It is regularly brought as one of the traditional gifts in *first footing on *New Year s Eve; some say this guarantees a warm hearth for the year, others that the main point is black for good luck (cf. *black). In… …   A Dictionary of English folklore

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