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a person engaged in sailing or working on a ship

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Tar sands are a unique fuel due to high extraction costs, difficulties in getting to market, huge reserves, greenhouse-gas intensity, major local environmental and Indigenous rights impacts, and immediate substitutability by less carbon-intensive and cheaper alternatives.
The team analyzed all the excavated evidence for early tar production, and conducted experiments on these samples to determine how early humans and Neanderthals used this tar and plant fibres to make a waterproof, adhesive coating to attach sharpened bone or flint to wooden/ bone handles to make tools.
Coal tar is a by-product from the pyrolysis of coal to produce coke for the steel industry, and widely used as raw materials in organic chemical [1, 2].
Caption: "Firemen," latex and tar on tile over Masonite (March 6, 1985).
Visitors to the La Brea Tar Pits can see--and smell--the large, muddy-looking tar pits around the property.
Public Works Superintendent Joe Warthling said when workers brought the camera back up, it was covered in coal tar.
Zarand refinery is the Islamic Republic's second tar refinery with an annual production capacity of 400,000 tons of coke byproducts.
In large-volume ESI cases in which TAR would be appropriate, it may be wise to use the technology from the start and develop a protocol to ensure the selected technology is both defensible and transparent, the attorneys advised.
A recently released report by the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and the Natural Resources Council of Maine (NRCM) concluded that almost half of the 292 different migratory bird species that overwinter in Canada's Boreal forest--as many as 75 million birds--are threatened by future tar sands development.
2 The boiling point of paving tar is 140C thus skin burns from tar may be severe and deep.
Newcastle East MP Nick Brown urged the Government to back the city council's proposals to clean up land at St Anthony's Tar Works on Walker Riverside.
Muscat, 26 June (ONA) Mohammed bin Salim al-Tobi, Minister of Environment and Climate Affairs today visited the sites affected by the oil pollution resulting for the drowning of the vessel loaded with tar last Friday near Muscat coasts.
However, huge opportunities exist in emerging markets such as China, India and Brazil, where TAR is currently regarded as a niche procedure, but increasing numbers of surgeon training programs on TAR surgical techniques suggest that demand is rising.
The two most popular sealer types are emulsions based on either refined coal tar or asphalt ingredients.