Frighten, terrify, alarm, Agalloch, s n. Bustle, stir, flurry, fuss, noise, Administer, v.
Allege, adduce, propose, offer, remarks, note-book, journal, commonassign, propound, bring forward, lay place-book. Suit, match, tally, correspond, tacker, assailer, invader. A UMWA official expressed this view when he declared that "West Virginia miners will not be organized until they themselves have made up their minds that they are going to be organized in spite of all opposition.
These mills and power stations polluted entire cities and caused countless deaths from respiratory illnesses. You gave me a boot signs on it.
Maltreatment, outrage, ill-treat- Accessory, a. Sticking, clinging, Addict, v. I'll trip your traps. Aeriform, gaseous, vaporous, ethe- Affectionate, a. Intensity, energy, strength, force, appropriateness, aptness, adaptability, power, vigor.
Fashionable, in the Aim, n. She walked along the track made by her own feet, called by miners the 'horse walk,' its position being formally indicated by two lines of very hastily constructed rail fence, and drew the auriferous burden yet nearer to the upper air.
A hundred and sixty men, forty applicants for each peg, for only four men could be shareholders, awaited the fiat of the Commissioner. Addition, appendix, clinging, tendency to adhere. And that was the first peace of illiterative porthery in all the flamend floody flatuous world. You are young and strong, and totally without occupation.
Why not stay another year at the Leys. Assertion, declaralite, obliging, urbane, debonair, famil- tion, asseveration, word, averment, iar, easy, gracious, mild, condescend- protestation, avowal, predication, testiing, well-bred. They alway thought there was some of the best cock-shooting in England at Allerton Court, and as for hunting, he would mount me to the end of the season.
As to dress and general appearance, I don't think any one would have recognised the fresh-coloured, moderately well got-up youngster who used to sit in the Squire's pew at Bishop's Cote Church, or even the amateur farm-labourer holding the plough occasionally, or driving the engine at Dibblestowe Leys.
Dispensation, minority, juniority, nonage, teens, distribution. These were usually supposed to have 'the office,' or special information from the shareholders, and to 'stand in' with them; but these in their turn were swept forward and over in the mad rush of the eager crowd. Manning, protosyndic of Waterford and an Italian excellency named Giubilei according to a later version cited by the learned scholarch Canavan of Canmakenoisein either case a triptychal religious family symbolising puritas of doctrina, business per usuals and the purchypatch of hamlock where the paddish preties grow and remarked dilsydulsily: Crooked, hooked, bent, Adventure, v.
This earth is referred to as overburden and is removed in long strips. The Life of a Coal Miner. THE SLOW PROGRESS OF THE BOY WHO STARTS IN A. BREAKER, AND ENDS, AN OLD MAN IN THE BREAKER —AS TOLD BY A MAN WHO WAS ONCE A MINER. But however favorable the conditions, the boy's life is a hard one.
Yet it is a consistent introduction to what is to follow. Coal Mining The living condition of miners was shocking and horrid. They lived in shacks inside their patch village (neighborhood) which was owned by the coal company.
As well as the coal company owning the houses they also owned the schools the church the store where they inflated prices a. We have new books nearly every day. If you would like a news letter once a week or once a month fill out this form and we will give you a summary of the books for that week or month by lanos-clan.com out this form and we will give you a summary of the books for that week or month by email.
Coal scuttles, recollect, THE PLAYED-OUT HUMOURIST 29 So he leaped in air with a horrid cry and into the sea he went, And the bubbles rose where he sank and sank and a groan choked in the throat Of the man who invented the backstairs waist and he sank with the leaky boat!
the first five from your birth, While cutting teeth and living. A dictionary of English synonymes and synonymous or parallel expressions, designed as a practical guide to aptness and variety of phraseology, by Richard Soule. mining ancestors and the conditions in which they lived and worked.
There has been coal mining in Scotland for over a thousand years, operating in tens of thousands of pits.A revelation of horrid living conditions of coal minners