coal merchant

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coal merchant

nnegoziante m di carbone
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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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.
Some of the participants already involved, include Emma Spenser, manager of Bridgnorth Library, Richard Mansell, a coal merchant from Mansell Fuels and Paul Hopkins, an artist from Stoneway Gallery.
In civvy street, he worked with Mr Andrew Campbell, coal merchant.
A Chinese company is putting up several coal merchant power plants in the country with combined capacity of around 1,500 megawatts (MW) as part of a deal with China's state-run National Energy Administration (NEA), Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi said.
This reflected the origins of the business, which first started using horse-drawn carriages as a coal merchant and carrier in Glasgow.
But Jimmy, the only coal merchant in the field, battled through snow to first place in the veteran's category in five minutes and 20 seconds.
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.
Born a coal merchant's daughter in Glasgow's Barlornock council scheme, Marion was tough enough to make her way in the world of newspapers as a female crime reporter.