cinders


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cinders

[′sin·dərz]
(materials)
Incombustible residue from a burning process; in particular, small pieces of clinker from the burning of soft coal.

cinders

1. Blast-furnace slag or similar material from volcanoes.
2. Ashes, esp. from soft coal.
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Cinders dons a pair of glass slippers and is off to the ball - but only until midnight, when the magic will wear off.
Cheshire-based Donald McCain, who trains 2012 Supreme Novices' Hurdle winner Cinders And Ashes, said: "Musselburgh is one of the few forwardthinking tracks in the north.
The former Grand National winning trainer has described last season's William Hill Supreme Novices' Hurdle winner Cinders And Ashes as having a "massive eachway chance" in the Stan James Champion Hurdle on March 12.
DONALD McCAIN is adamant forgotten horse Cinders And Ashes has a "massive eachway chance" in the Champion Hurdle at the Festival.
DONALD McCain is considering letting Cinders And Ashes head straight for the Stan James Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham without the aid of another run.
The story revolves around Cinders, played by newcomer Shannon McCarthy, who wowed the audience with her incredible voice, and her Prince Charming (Sian Francis) with an equally impressive voice.
DONALD McCain believes the performance of Cinders And Ashes in the Stanjames.
DONALD McCain reports Cinders And Ashes and Overturn to have taken their exertions well following heroic efforts on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival.
This is exactly what is predicted when taking into account the Moon's one-sixth gravity and lack of atmosphere, both of which would allow cinders to travel far beyond their vents.
Lindley Church Amateur Operatic Society, are pictured here in 1961 with a performance of a male retelling of the Cinderella story, Mr Cinders.
Cinderella, Moscow City Ballet GRAND THEATRE, WOLVERHAMPTON NO ugly sisters, Buttons or even a pantomime dame in this Cinders story which saw the Russian ballet stars delivering their country's version of the old fairytale.
When the ashes are cleared out of the grate, they are placed in a garden sieve and the cinders kept in bags for future fires, to prevent the fire burning too fiercely.