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Synonyms for charcoal

a carbonaceous material obtained by heating wood or other organic matter in the absence of air

a stick of black carbon material used for drawing


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a drawing made with a stick of black carbon material

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draw, trace, or represent with charcoal

of a very dark grey

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Since its inception, Carbo One Ltd has succeeded in establishing the reputation of a reliable supplier with respect to high-quality products and services within the coal and freight markets.
CARBO Ceramic Media: Engineered for Superior Performance
when Talleon confronted Carbo regarding the defeat of his son in a Taekwondo event.
She said the officer complained to Carbo, who is the official of the game, after his son lost the fight during their Unit Meet and Qualifier.
Sprague said the Carbo terminals are located in Inwood and Lawrence, New York, with a combined gasoline, ethanol and distillate storage capacity of 157,000 barrels.
CARBO focuses on integrating technologies to produce engineered solutions in its Design, Build, and Optimize the Frac[R] technology businesses, delivering important value to E&P operators by increasing well production and EUR.
Lee and Carbo, and the rest of that team in general, ruined my honeymoon.
* In the Executive Office, James Carbo has joined APHA as the organization's new chief of staff.
His boss, Prosecutor General Alejandra Gils Carbo, denied his request, saying the US House hearing did not have any relationship to his position and therefore could not be paid out of government funds.
Carbo Ceramics Incorporated, a supplier of ceramic proppant for fracturing oil and gas wells and a supplier of resin-coated sand proppant; the provider of fracture simulation software; and a provider of fracture design and consulting services, has started construction on a ceramic manufacturing plant in Millen, Georgia, according to Gary Kolstad, president and chief executive officer.
15 CAL., 61% (9.1 CAL) FROM FAT; 0.6 G PROTEIN; 1 G FAT (0.2 G SAT.); 1 G CARBO (0.3 G FIBER); 79 MG SODIUM; 0.5 MG CHOL.
Bayreuth, Germany, February 11, 2011 --( FutureCarbon has developed a new variant of its Carbo e-Therm electrically heated coating - Carbo e-Therm UHT can be heated by low voltage to temperatures as high as 500[degrees]C.