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someone who delivers coal

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Carl lost his appetite, and for some reason he began to think of a girl he had seen on his rounds as a coalman on Huskisson Street.
The Squire of Knotty Ash told the hundred people present of memories of his father's life as a coalman and how he deems the statue an important part of Liverpool's heritage.
According to Gwynn, former coalman Preistley "used to deliver coal by the sackful, but is now delivering darting golddust by the bucketload.
After the raid which was at night - so that the only light was from gun-fire and searchlights etc - I was standing at our gate with my father, when Mr Hurley the coalman, came along absolutely covered in mud, he had fallen into the crater left by the bomb
CELEBRATING 25 years in a business, thought extinct in the 1970s, Nuneaton coalman Paul Lancaster thanked his customers for their loyalty.
A qualified solicitor, Anne transformed what was a bramble-strewn field 20 years ago with the help of Clarry Groom, whose main work is as a coalman.
Andrew Steel scored twice, Graham Bull dived over for a try and Neil Coalman kicked two penalties, two conversions and a drop goal.
57 (480m): Target Glen, Alnwick Billy, Romeo Blitz, Risky Roisin, Alannas Bluebell, Target Coalman.
From left to right are Albert Wilde, Ernie Simpson (deceased), Brian Wild, Albert Coalman, Jim Fessie and Alan Turpin, all of whom are now in their 70s.
I was young in the days when we trusted everyone - our front doors were left wide open, and money for the baker, coalman and so on, left on the hall table.
Mrs Rogers lived as a child at Knotty Ash,Liverpool,and we all know who else lived there: in fact, Ken Dodd's father was Barbara's coalman.
A COALMAN who denied he was a flasher because his manhood was not as long it was described by a woman customer yesterday escaped a prison sentence.
A COALMAN with the nickname Mr Clean and Tidy dropped in at the Bear Inn at Berkswell yesterday to deliver a tonne of free fuel.
Some years ago, Fred's grandfather Henry won the race on a horse named St Coalman and Mighty Moss has certainly been going the right way since he went back into full training after a year off the course.
01 (480m): Target Jade, Risky Rosy, Risky Roisin, Romeo Blitz, Alanna's Bluebell, Target Coalman.