Coal Sack


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Coal Sack

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(Astronomy) a dark nebula in the Milky Way close to the Southern Cross
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The caller caught it in a coal sack then took it to her neighbour who tipped it into a cat basket.
The coal sack material that I have used to build my recent installations is a commonplace material that is designed to carry a commodity that transforms over time and moves from one space to the other, occupies certain spaces, takes on different forms in addition to the original labels or symbols that are imprinted on it.
As Alun hangs up his heavy coal sack for the last time, may we all wish him a long and happy retirement and a big Thank You for all the years of hard work that has brought warmth for so many.
His belt was a frayed piece of string, his shoes missing a right, and his coat was made up of three jackets stitched together and an old coal sack.
This image also includes one of the stars of the Southern Cross as well as part of the huge dark cloud of the Coal Sack.
When the wain passed near our home, which was always some shack on the tracks, we tossed our coal sack off and just jumped.
We first see him preparing for the funeral of his deceased dog, carrying it in a coal sack.
Grasping the heavy coal sack, O'Flaherty strode quickly but calmly across the courtyard, toward a narrow gap in the SS lines through which the actual coal workers had passed.
The Coal Sack, the black gap in the Milky Way close to the Southern Cross, was familiar to many writers.
Christy Keane was jailed for 10 years in 2002 after being caught with a coal sack filled with EUR240,000 of cannabis.
She's rich, successful and can make a coal sack look like it was designed by Dior.
The pensioners, who do not wish to be named, are offering a "substantial" reward after the crooks made off with emeralds, diamonds and pearls hidden in a white coal sack.