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References in classic literature ?
Scrooge had a very small fire, but the clerk's fire was so very much smaller that it looked like one coal.
No, sir; but it wants electricity to make it move, and the wherewithal to make the electricity--sodium to feed the elements, coal from which to get the sodium, and a coal-mine to supply the coal.
It is thirteen hundred and ten miles from Suez to Aden, at the other end of the Red Sea, and she has to take in a fresh coal supply.
I opened the door of the coal cellar, and stood there in the darkness staring at the faintly lit doorway into the kitchen, and listen- ing.
But I must, and will, the instant the snow is off the earth, send out a party into the mountains to explore for coal.
Whence the coal came, and how brought thither by an invisible hand, I have never been able to discover.
When she was emptying the beans into the pan, one dropped without her observing it, and lay on the ground beside a straw, and soon afterwards a burning coal from the fire leapt down to the two.
I've heard of the people going into raptures over beds of coal.
Then it was fully a mile from the opening of the coal-mine to the face of the coal, and all, of course, was in the blackest darkness.
Henry inquired, placing coal on the fire, drawing a chair up to the grate, and laying aside her cloak.
in reference, probably, to the double loss of preaching and coal.
Hastily now Clayton and Monsieur Thuran tore open one of theirs, only to learn the hideous truth that it also contained, not food, but coal oil.