Now, if a coal-mine could be put into one's waistcoat pocket—but it can't!
But time passed on, and it was Davie's last day in the coal-mine.
Underviewer, un′dėr-vū-ėr, n. the person who has charge of the underground workings of a coal-mine.
He told him about the coal-mine speculation and M. Dambreuse's proposal.
This is observed at the coal-mine of New Cumnock in Ayrshire.
He had been down a coal-mine in the bad hour which follows an explosion.
He had also leased a coal-mine in the west of the State, the profits from which had been enormous.
We lifted it, and looked into a blackness profounder than that of a coal-mine.
But I wanted to see for myself, so I went to work in a coal-mine.
It may be that there is only one coal-mine in a country, and that an individual has got possession of it.