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The different charcoals afford, under equal weights, equal quantities of heat.
An excess of fluxes, light charcoals, too strong a blast, produce the same results.
He gave out of certain tenements to the poor of that parish a hundred quarters of charcoals yearly for ever.
Some clear burning charcoals were put into the opening of the short tube A, and supported there by the grate B.
That neither vegetable, nor other charcoals, besides the animal, have this power of abstracting lime; 9.
“Diamonds are charcoals:” pronounce diamonds in three syllables.
The only light on the roof below was the shimmer of charcoals burning in four braziers for fire arrows.
So here are a pair of bellows ever fanning the charcoals of discontent.
But some of the ordinary Venetian and vine charcoals sold are good.

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