coal merchant

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coal merchant

nnegoziante m di carbone
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Early this morning a large dog, a half-bred mastiff belonging to a coal merchant close to Tate Hill Pier, was found dead in the roadway opposite its master's yard.
Can't be but he must have got some thing out of that brother of his, a coal merchant in Port Said.
Paul, whose late father Brian played for Co-op during his Amateur League exploits and was a popular coal merchant in and around Nuneaton, said: "I remember that reunion really well.
Retired coal merchant Alec said: "That matron told me, 'Your giving only five per cent of your time to God, but he wants 100 per cent'.
Then, in particular, two 214 Battery ex-Bombardiers: 'Ginger' Bethany, who I believe, in civvy street was a member of a coal merchant family in your paper's circulation area; and the other one was a Tommy Ainsworth, who I also believe came from the same area.
That would please his owner Bob Lester, a coal merchant who lives near the racecourse at Bangor.
IN the old days when everyone had coal fires we all knew that Welsh coal was far superior to English, and our coal merchant always advised us to stock up for the winter with Welsh coal.
Son of coal merchant Arthur, he got his first paid job aged 11 entertaining youngsters at St Edward's Orphanage in Knotty Ash on Christmas Day.
We're being sent coal that just won't burn WHY should the coal merchant always take the blame for the bad coal he has so often to serve the customers?
Cwrw Llyn's members include farmers, a coal merchant, maths teacher, stone mason and accountant.
Our coal stocks grew dangerously low during the Great Freeze and our usual coal merchant was rationing even his regulars so, with one scuttleful remaining, I phoned around.
We lived in Elmsdale Avenue, Foleshill, and fronting us on the Foleshill Road lived a Mr Mason who was the local coal merchant.