coalshed

coalshed

(ˈkəʊlˌʃɛd)
n
a shed in which coal is stored
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FORMER first minister Jack McConnell yesterday lost a bid to ban his neighbour from using a tiny coalshed.
FIREFIGHTERS were called to flats after a fire in a coalshed spread to the property.
In her autobiography, Extreme, Sharon recalled seeing him hold a gun to a business rival's head, and more recently revealed he would lock her in a coalshed as punishment.
So I limped there gingerly in purple winkle-picker shoes, a denim jacket and an "I Love Elvis" T-shirt, all of which I kept in the back of the coalshed, far from parental eyes, to wear on special occasions, when I hoped that my dashing appearance would win gasps of admiration from girls.
Leading firefighter Phil Cutler, of Bloxwich fire station, said the fire broke out in a coalshed attached to the terrace house.
He says he is glad he followed his dream to live a craftsman's life - ``and it's still peaceful, which is why I moved into those coalsheds all those years ago.