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Frequently they are found in alveolar arrangement, retaining the original outline of the alveoli of the lung (Fig. 4, b).
It, or a similar bacillus, is sometimes found in the sputum of gangrene of the lung.
It was little better than coal dust, and would not carry a ball fifty paces to kill or wound.
Of late, however, it has acquired a far greater interest through the discovery of coal underneath its surface.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
And one of the seraphims flew to me, and in his hand was a live coal, which he had taken with the tongs off the altar.
An explosion took place in the Blackheath coal mines, Virginia; by which of the twenty-three workmen only one escaped death.
But its use as such is to dispose of any such idea as that there is a natural price of coal or of anything else.
The cost of erection and the consumption of coal are not above one-third of a Boulton and Watt's, to perform the same work.
It is much admired by everyone that has seen it, and saves a considerable quantity of coal when compared with a Boulton and Watt.
I cannot tell what coal it burns yet, but I believe it is a very small quantity.

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