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“Anthracite is not in demand, and the fifty-odd collieries that once stood around the city were quieted long ago.”
“( "Anthracite" or the "Company") (NYSE: AHR) today announced the tax treatment of its 2008 common and preferred stock dividend payments.”
“( "Anthracite" or the "Company") (NYSE: AHR) today announced that Kathleen M. Hagerty, Senior Associate Dean for Faculty and Research at the Kellogg School of M.nagement at Northwestern University, was elected to its Board of Directors.”
“Riversdale/European Pressphoto Agency Riversdale Mining's Zululand Anthracite Colliery coal mine in South Africa The offer for Riversdale has dragged on since December, with a slow take-up by minority shareholders prompting Rio to extend the deadline four times previously and raise the price once from the original A$16 a share.”
“Taking his lead, if Joe the Deacon digs just deep enough, he might unearth the Anthracite Clean Coal equivalent of the Book of Mormon necessary to green-wash the masses into why the ACCCE's version of clean coal is part of a sustainable energy future that could justify unleashing even more environmental havoc, occupational hazards, and public health risks.”
“The Preferred Series D 8.25% for Anthracite Capital was at the top of the gainers list.”
“Anthracite (almost 100% carbon) is the hardest coal and also produces the greatest energy when burned.”
“McDade has achieved the dream of most pork-barrel congressmen, a living memorial, indeed two: the University of Scranton's new Joseph M. McDade Center for Technology and Applied Research, and the county's McDade Park, with its Anthracite Coal Museum.”
“The boundaries of the Anthracite (67e) are shown in Figure 1 and enclose areas underlain by anthracite-bearing strata, Udorthents, and low woodland density.”
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