charcoal burner

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Noun1.charcoal burner - a worker whose job is to make charcoal
worker - a person who works at a specific occupation; "he is a good worker"
2.charcoal burner - a stove that burns charcoal as fuel
cooking stove, kitchen range, kitchen stove, stove, range - a kitchen appliance used for cooking food; "dinner was already on the stove"
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As I approached it I saw that it was the dead and mummified remains of a little old woman with long black hair, and the thing it leaned over was a small charcoal burner upon which rested a round copper vessel containing a small quantity of greenish powder.
Then we asked hospitality at the hut of a charcoal burner, and got what was to be had.
Well, as it turned out, this charcoal burner was just the twin of the Southern "poor white" of the far future.
Tomorrow he might be assaulting the ramparts of her father's castle, but today he was joyously offering to sacrifice his life for her--had she been the daughter of a charcoal burner he would have done no less--it was enough that she was a woman and in need of protection.
Hastings, "to keep five hundred acres of woods out of the hands of the charcoal burners."
The locals had vowed to lynch him after the body of the woman was exhumed and carried away by police.Mr Kipkurui, a charcoal burner in the same forest, told the Nation that his girl-friend of two years was a constant adulterer and that she spent most of the nights outside their house.
With the alluring aesthetics of burning fire in the room - far greater efficiency and almost zero smoke and odour - there is a wide range of wood and charcoal burner stoves.
In every home, from dirt floor to marble, you will find the charcoal burner, the djebena pot, and the tray with sini cups that form the ritual.
The charcoal burner took his axe and went to fetch more logs.
A proper compact (3ft wide) charcoal burner with heavy-duty grate, lid lock for carrying, fire- and rust-proof lid and vents.
Sitting under a eucalyptus tree, we sipped local honey wine (Tej) and the fierce spirit arake while charming townswoman from Alem slowly roasted the beans, before grinding them with pestle and mortar and boiling them over a charcoal burner as the smell of incense from a machesha burner wafted over us.
Albrecht returned to Dvorak's operas in 2003 and 2005, when he made excellent recordings of The Jacobin and The King and the Charcoal Burner in Cologne, the studio recording of the latter opera winning the Ml DEM prize.