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- n. A mine from which coal ore or coal minerals are mined.
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- n. a mine where coal is dug from the ground
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To become a free miner of the forest a man had to have been born within the Hundred of St Briavel’s and to have worked for a year and a day in an iron or coal mine in the Hundred.
I left the campaign caravan, Xeroxed fifty copies of the statement, and caught up with Carter at our photo op coal mine in Finleyville, Pennsylvania.
In April 2006, twelve government-to-government agreements and MOU’s were signed covering cooperation in peaceful uses of nuclear technology, mutual legal assistance, coal mine safety, education and training, agricultural technical cooperation, and agricultural market access.