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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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But now Doris has a companion with the same condition - Cinders from Shropshire, born on September 26 last year with the same condition.
The fairy godmother is replaced by an Angel of Death, Liam Mower, who enters sliding down the mantlepiece and brings a heroic pilot into Cinders' life.
Set during the London Blitz of 1941, air-raid sirens and anti-aircraft guns blare as we're introduced to Cinders' dysfunctional family.
Cinderella It's the last chance to go to the ball and see Cinders at the Empire Theatre.
Tremaine is as wasptongued as Cinders is wasp-waisted and forces our heroine to sleep in the attic and perform all the household chores.
MUSSELBURGH'S Cheltenham Trials meeting on Sunday continues to go from strength to strength and with PS152,000 in prize-money the course has been rewarded with familiar names such as Close Touch, Cinders And Ashes, Sign Of A Victory and Dawalan among yesterday's entries.
In this fresh translation of a key work by Derrida, readers will find the noted poststructuralist and postmodernist philosopher ranging through his work searching for a recurring argument, or arguments and images revolving around cinders or ashes.
Who would dance with you?' Her furry godmother comes to the rescue and Cinders heads off to the party in a smart limo.
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 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 reports Cinders And Ashes and Overturn to have taken their exertions well following heroic efforts on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival.