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someone who works in a coal mine

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Of barges, sailing colliers, and coasting traders, there were perhaps as many as now; but, of steam-ships, great and small, not a tithe or a twentieth part so many.
Here, were the Leith, Aberdeen, and Glasgow steamers, loading and unloading goods, and looking immensely high out of the water as we passed alongside; here, were colliers by the score and score, with the coal-whippers plunging off stages on deck, as counterweights to measures of coal swinging up, which were then rattled over the side into barges; here, at her moorings was to-morrow's steamer for Rotterdam, of which we took good notice; and here to-morrow's for Hamburg, under whose bowsprit we crossed.
From the accounts the poisonous effect begins with mental excitement; the rioting in Paris this morning is said to have been very violent, and the Welsh colliers are in a state of uproar.
While this was doing the master, seeing some light colliers, who, not able to ride out the storm were obliged to slip and run away to sea, and would come near us, ordered to fire a gun as a signal of distress.
Near to that part of the Thames on which the church at Rotherhithe abuts, where the buildings on the banks are dirtiest and the vessels on the river blackest with the dust of colliers and the smoke of close-built low-roofed houses, there exists the filthiest, the strangest, the most extraordinary of the many localities that are hidden in London, wholly unknown, even by name, to the great mass of its inhabitants.
It was high water, blowing fresh with a drizzle; the double dock- gates were opened, and the steam colliers were going in and out in the darkness with their lights burning bright, a great plashing of propellers, rattling of winches, and a lot of hailing on the pier-heads.
Mike Collier, the Democratic nominee for comptroller who lost to Republican Glenn Hegar, is joining the state party as one of its top fundraisers.
Our grandfather Joseph Collier, and his wife Elisa May Collier, lived at 63 High Street, Senghenydd in the early 1920s.
We're fighting that war on poverty every day," Collier said.
Along with regional directors, Collier identified primary categories where high compliance with policy was desired.
Collier's Powerful Welsh Cheddar has unveiled a stunning new look that focuses on the strength and character of the collier identity--a signal of the quality and taste for which Collier's is famous.
In "Collier's Guide to Night Photography in the Great Outdoors", expert photographer Grant Collier provides practical and invaluable instruction on how to capture nighttime images by sharing secrets he has learned over the past 12 years.
The best move for the Palmdale High girls' basketball team was to put Judy Collier on the court.
Throughout the exhibition, Collier borrowed, quoted, channeled, and used as surrogates the visages, strategies, and products of others, but this is not work bound up in appropriation theory.
Second generation members of the Collier clan has now restructured the company into Collier Property Management, acting as a lettings agents.