coal miner


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Synonyms for coal miner

someone who works in a coal mine

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A steep decline in coal miner employment and coal production during recent years has occurred (8), with 1,501 jobs lost in Kentucky (17.
Senate passed a short-term spending bill Friday night to fund the government through April after Democrats who sought more generous healthcare benefits for coal miners stopped delaying action on the measure.
Objective: The objective of this study was to assess the prevalence of pneumoconiosis among coal miners.
She said: "The staggering amount of years Mr Davies spent working as a coal miner is incredible and it is fitting we remember him today with the placing of the blue plaque on the house where he was born.
Some of the photographs show South Yorkshire coal miners, former and current, pictured at night in the landscapes of their former collieries and picket grounds, 25 years after battles were fought and lost.
Charles Dickens gave voice to the coal miner in his 1850 magazine article "A Coal Miner's Evidence.
4bn) tender offer to buy the Australian coal miner.
The raw truth about these fearless workers and their sacrifices will invoke compassion and awareness of the perils of coal miners.
The dog of the title belongs to Joe, the young son of Yorkshire coal miner Sam Carraclough (John Lynch) and wife Sarah (Samantha Morton).
MAKING INFERENCES: Coal miner Alan Bates says: "I love coal mining, it's a way of life.
Black Days, Black Dust: The Memories of an African American Coal Miner by Robert Armstead, as told to S.
DEATH Wish movie star Charles Bronson, thePennsylvania coal miner who drifted into films as a villain and became a tough action star, has died.
The chapel opened in early April after Don Disney, a retired coal miner, pitched a proposal to create it to Principal Edward Clem.
His coal miner dad has never even seen the outskirts of Durham, which is especially depressing if your day is circumscribed by the grim routine of a miners' strike and your wife's gravestone.
The coal miner shoulders a heavy interpretive burden in British Labor history.