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black coal

[¦blak ′kōl]
(geology)
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Table 3 (column 3) shows that a carbon price of US$47/tonne --the carbon price projected by Treasury (2008: 194) to be the starting carbon price of an Australian emissions trading scheme that aimed to achieve emission cuts associated with a maximum of 2[degrees]C warming (converted at US90c = $1A)--would only make the lowest cost type of renewable electricity, wind, competitive with black coal and natural gas generation.
Heat 3: 1 Black Coal, 2 Tullys Grange, 3 Droopys Miller, 4 Ballymac Bondi, 5 Feetonfire (m), 6 Rathanny Billy (m)
This article reports on research into the industrial relations and human resource management consequences of merger and acquisition activity in the Australian black coal mining industry between 1997 and 2003.
Throughout the year there are regularly up to 50 ships sitting off Newcastle's beautiful beaches waiting for anchorage in the port to haul loads of black coal sourced from open cut mines in the equally beautiful Hunter Valley.
In Glenn Ligon's silk screens depicting the 1995 Million Man March, images of African-American men surface and disappear, partially obscured by black coal dust--seemingly trying to make themselves visible in America, while their failure implies that it is impossible for the media to adequately represent them.
When Chapman digs a stick into the creek bed, it emerges covered in gummy, black coal sludge, which is buried an inch below the brown silt of the creek bed.
In Photo 3 the seated men, left to right, are Touch the Clouds, and the Arapahos Sharp Nose, Black Coal and Friday.
Ray Faulkner, who lives a few miles downwind from Schiller, recalls several occasions when his children's toys were blanketed with a film of black coal dust.
Australian black coal producers pay five cents per tonne and spend the money on research.
Finally, Invisible Man plunges through the opening of a manhole cover that "for some reason" had been removed: "I felt myself plunge down, down; a long drop that ended upon a load of coal that sent up a cloud of dust, and I lay in the black dark upon the black coal no longer running.
QI WANT to install a real fire in time for Christmas, but I don't want to look at soot and black coal for the rest of the year.
The strike is expected to affect more than 100 black coal mines, mainly in New South Wales and Queensland states, causing an estimated 30 million dollars in lost production.