native coal

native coal

[′nād·iv ′kōl]
(geology)
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The kit allowed a saboteur to paint the Explosive Coal to match the shade of a region's native coal. Once the agent had adjusted the shade and packed the three-pound hollow shell with explosives, said OSS Weapons, the bomb could be "casually tossed or dropped into the coal dump from a motorcar, bicycle, or while walking in the area." Then it was a matter of waiting.
When it is ready, then we can use native coal. In the meantime, there is alternative clean energy available.
Since last summer Flynn has been working with residents of the hollows and coal towns along his native Coal River to establish permanent plots for monitoring forest health.