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gasworks

a plant in which gas, esp coal gas, is made
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They provided the pupils with a real practical insight and expertise into the workings of an old town gasworks.
The Japanese motor giant - which employs 4,500 people on Wearside - sold five Primastars to Gasworks in a deal worth more than pounds 50,000.
Eugene Madsen of Cornell University and his colleagues tested their technique at a coal tar waste site associated with an old gasworks.
It's a barren, toxic place defined by a typically Cronenbergain recurrent image: a polluting gasworks that looms malingly over-head.
The show kicked off at the Gasworks Site on the Laganside and snaked its way through the city, ending in the Cathedral Quarter.
NYSE: ITX) announced today that the Docklands Authority in the Australian state of Victoria had awarded Enterra a $30 million (US) contract to clean up a former gasworks site in the area of Victoria Harbour.
The five story plus penthouse level building is quite close to the site of the new Gasworks redevelopment project, and handy to the town centre and many of the city's best restaurants and night spots.
In 1970 a cleaner in Belfast's Gasworks had a dream--of Northern Ireland's women working together for peace.
For the first time this season the 'highway engineers' who place the post match traffic cones on Leeds Road just before Gasworks Street where it joins the roundabout opposite Lower Fitzwilliam Street, actually put the cones in the right place.
Harry Evans was also a Welsh baseball international, winning six caps between 1908 and 1923, and also played for the Grange Gasworks and Grange Albion Baseball Clubs during his remarkable career.
Coke though, was available, but you had to collect it yourself from the gasworks.
I often waited for him coming home "over the ladder", as the bridge and walkway was known, from the gasworks (near Stockton Station) over the railway and Lustrum Beck to Dundas Street.