Definition of Hard coal

1. Noun. A hard natural coal that burns slowly and gives intense heat.

Exact synonyms: Anthracite, Anthracite Coal
Generic synonyms: Coal
Derivative terms: Anthracitic



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hard Coal

hard-wired
hard-won
hard-working
hard and fast
hard as nails
hard beech
hard by
hard c
hard candy
hard case
hard cash
hard cataract
hard chancre
hard cheese
hard cider
hard coal (current term)
hard code
hard copies
hard copy
hard core
hard corn
hard count
hard currency
hard disc
hard disc drive
hard disk
hard disk drive
hard disk drives
hard disks
hard done by

Literary usage of Hard coal

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1. Energy policies of IEA countries by International Energy Agency (2005)
"While domestic production is slightly less than in 1990, imports-all hard coal - have increased from 4 Mtoe in 1990 to 12 Mtoe in 2003. ..."

2. Energy Policies of IEA Countries: Germany 1998 Review by IEA Staff (1998)
"However, hard coal subsidies, which enable German producers to offer hard coal at world market prices, continue to maintain uneconomic production at the ..."

3. Transactions. by New Hampshire Medical Society, American Ethnological Society (1862)
"This seam affords a large proportion of hard coal. The hard portion is used in furnaces, in the manufacture of iron, and as fuel for locomotives and similar ..."

4. Henry Demarest Lloyd, 1847-1903, a Biography by Caroline Augusta Lloyd (1912)
"CHAPTER XXII "HARD, VERY hard coal" WHILE Mr. Lloyd's advocacy of compulsory arbitration was filling the press, the greatest strike in American history ..."

5. Coal in the Energy Supply of India by IEA Coal Industry Advisory Board (2002)
"COAL SUPPLY Resources, Reserves and Production The Geological Survey of India estimates India's total hard coal resources as 214 Bt (billion tonnes). ..."

6. The Manufacture and Properties of Iron and Steel by Harry Huse Campbell (1907)
"The products from hard coal and soft coal vary somewhat, because soft coal contains about 5 per cent, of hydrogen, the TABLE IX-A. Products of Combustion of ..."

7. The Manufacture and Properties of Iron and Steel by Harry Huse Campbell (1907)
"The products from hard coal and soft coal vary somewhat, because soft coal contains about 5 per cent. of hydrogen, the TABLE IX-A. Products of Combustion of ..."

8. The Manufacture and Properties of Iron and Steel by Harry Huse Campbell (1907)
"The products from hard coal and soft coal vary somewhat, because soft coal contains about 5 per cent. of hydrogen, the TABLE IX-A. Products of Combustion of ..."

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