coal dust


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coal dust

npolvere f di carbone
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There," she said to herself, looking into the shadow of the carriage, at the sand and coal dust which covered the sleepers-- "there, in the very middle, and I will punish him and escape from everyone and from myself.
Some of the coal dust had coated his face, and the sweat from his exertions was running in streaks.
His smooth cheek was begrimed and flushed, and the coal dust on his eyelids, like the black pencilling of a make-up, enhanced the liquid brilliance of the whites, giving to his youthful face something of a feminine, exotic and fascinating aspect.
It was probably a carriage builder's or carpenter's shed; the whole place from the entrance was black with coal dust.
His hands were hidden by large gardening gloves stained with coal dust.
Thousands of violations accumulated at Upper Big Branch, the site of the disaster, involving crucial ventilation and coal dust precautions.
Contract notice: Gradual supplies of coal dust type of m ii for the multi-boiler room of the hospital of the independent public healthcare centre in nowa sol.
Coal dust blackened clothes, With matching dirty caps, Hob-nail boots they wore, Not softies rubber daps.
Coal dust is known to cause a range of health problem primarily respiratory and cardiovascular illnesses too," said Aishwarya Mabimeni, coal campaigner of Greenpeace.
The blast disturbed coal dust on the mine floor, raising clouds which then caught alight and spread the destruction further.
These include the effects on climate change from burning coal, traffic congestion from the transport of coal by rail, as well as increased air pollution due to coal dust.
A postmortem revealed that Mr Watson, of Top Road, Lower Cumberworth, had died from bronchopneumonia, acute inflammation of the lungs, in part caused by inhalation of coal dust.