anthracite coal


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Noun1.anthracite coal - a hard natural coal that burns slowly and gives intense heat
coal - fossil fuel consisting of carbonized vegetable matter deposited in the Carboniferous period
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Its vivid yellows fairly screamed aloud; its whites were as eider down; its blacks glossy as the finest anthracite coal, and its coat long and shaggy as a mountain goat.
Such is the Burning Mountain, on Powder River, abounding with anthracite coal.
The newspapers, in 1902 of that era, credited the president of the Anthracite Coal Trust, George F.
He noted that the mining industry had maintained a positive momentum in spite a quarter-on-quarter drop in the production of anthracite coal in Q2 and Q3-2013.
AEXE is pleased to announce that it is moving forward to bring the Anthracite Coal Project into production.
It has substantial deposits of high-ranking anthracite coal and is also positioned to exploit the coking coal deposits at the nearby Ocean field.
The company currently has two existing projects, a 40% interest in a Feldspar mine located in the Philippines and a 100% interest in an Anthracite coal project located in Peru.
North Korea's exports of anthracite coal to China rose 15.
Following the discovery of anthracite coal, migrants had arrived not only from many Welsh counties but from England, too, but the language sustained its position.
On Monday, AIM-listed anthracite coal miner Atlantic Coal PLC announced that it has a total of GBP1.
Aberpergwm produces mostly premium-quality anthracite coal which is supplied to the Corus steel works at Port Talbot and Aberthaw power station.
Anthracite coal mining firm, Atlantic Coal has recorded a boost in its production of coal for Q3 ended 30 September 2012 at its Stockton mine in Hazleton, Pennsylvania.