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.
This site and the nearby Benedictine nunnery - where the Grainger Mar-ket now stands in Nun Street - were sold by the Crown to the wealthy coal merchant Henry Anderson who built the magnificent mansion Anderson House in Newcastle.
The alarm was raised when the 53-year-old coal merchant of Stryt Isa, Pen y Cae didn't turn up for work at CBI Distribution.
Tenders are invited for Sale Of Properties Of Boi z chandigarh br sector 20 ac ms raj iron and coal merchant
Khurana, a coal merchant and commission agent, informed that they have been getting approximately 8000 meteric tonnesof coal per month to Amritsar and its adjoining areas.
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.
Upgraded monuments include Picton House, Kingston upon Thames, purchased in 1795 by slave Cesar Picton who established himself as a coal merchant.
I never reported her to the police about breaking wind,' the former coal merchant said.
Owner Robert Lester, a genial coal merchant from the Chester area, celebrated in appropriate style, hugging family and friends, who were mostly inappropriately attired in black to support the gleaming grey.
Ownie moved there when he was 12 or 13 and became a coal merchant.
It told about an Owen Mohan who left Tullynamalroe, Co Monaghan, when he was about 12 or 13 and went to England to work for a coal merchant.