Since 1900 nearly 35,000 of them have come to America, settling mostly in the anthracite coal regions.
anthracite coal was known in this country only as a hard black rock.
A strike of the anthracite coal miners, which started in the summer, ran late into the autumn.
It will be well to provide two barrels of charcoal, for kindling, to every ton of anthracite coal.
Others refused to testify concerning methods of fixing the price for anthracite coal at tidewater.
The most prominent examples of land monopoly in this country are the anthracite coal mines and the iron ore beds.
Charcoal is used for cooking purposes, and so is anthracite coal.
As things stand, railway monopoly is an important cause of the anthracite coal monopoly.
anthracite coal, which in the year 1914 cost 56 francs a ton, could not be purchased in 1919 for less than 360 francs.
His features were well formed, but anthracite coal is not blacker than his complexion.
"non-bituminous coal," 1812, earlier (c.1600) a type of ruby-like gem described by Pliny, from Latin anthracites "bloodstone, semi-precious gem," from Greek anthrakites "coal-like," from anthrax (genitive anthrakos) "live coal" (see anthrax). Related: Anthractic (adj.).
A hard, shiny coal that has a high carbon content. It is valued as a fuel because it burns with a clean flame and without smoke or odor, but it is much less abundant than bituminous coal. Compare bituminous coal, lignite.