Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who works in a coal-mine.
“Investors who want exposure to coal prices typically invest in coal-miner stocks.”
“But that should reassure no one: The three investors who own 45% of London-listed Kazakh miner ENRC had no trouble ousting two board members to reassert control; last week ENRC said it planned to buy the outstanding 75% of a Kazakh coal-miner owned by its oligarch shareholders, subject to independent shareholder approval, at a 40% premium.”
“Shares in the first, Indonesian coal-miner Bumi PLC, have collapsed in recent weeks, after it emerged that its 47%-owners, the Bakrie family, might be forced to dump part of its stake.”
“In West Virginia the Republicans were recently exposed putting out a call for actors with a "'hicky' blue-collar look" who could appear in an ad as "coal-miner/trucker types" trashing the Democrat, Joe Manchin, for his affiliation with Obama.”
“His speeches were peppered with memories of his coal-miner grandfather, along with details about his plans to revive U.S. manufacturing.”
“Jindal Steel has made a renewed attempt at acquiring Australian coal-miner Rocklands Richfields, though it is unclear if this would be any more successful than earlier.”
“The rush for coal assets is tipped to continue, with the Aditya Birla group also readying to make a binding bid after making the shortlist to buyout Australian coal-miner Whitehaven Coal Ltd., a person involved in the process said Monday.”
“In the past, the committee has come under fire for honoring Bugs Bunny and the Simpsons with stamps, while proposals for coal-miner safety and war dogs are still under consideration.”
“The very idea that they care more about coal-miner safety than we do is as silly as global warming.”
“European Pressphoto Agency Edgar Persinger sells coal-miner work outfits out of his van along a highway in West Virginia.”
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