Candle coal

Candle coal
Candle coal \Can"dle coal`\ See {Cannel coal}. [1913 Webster]

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  • candle-coal — canˈdle coal same as ↑cannel • • • Main Entry: ↑candle * * * candle coal A variant of cannel coal, frequent in the 18th c. See cannel2 d …   Useful english dictionary

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  • candle — O.E. candel lamp, lantern, candle, an early ecclesiastical borrowing from L. candela a light, torch, candle made of tallow or wax, from candere to shine, from PIE root *kand to glow, to shine, to shoot out light (Cf. Skt. cand to give light,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Coal and Candle Creek — is a creek located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is a tributary of Cowan Creek which flows into the Hawkesbury River. See also Cottage Point, New South Wales Coordinates …   Wikipedia

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  • sapropelic coal — ▪ coal classification       hydrogen rich coal, including cannel coal and boghead coal (see torbanite), derived from sapropels (loose deposits of sedimentary rock rich in hydrocarbons) and characterized by a dull black, sometimes waxy lustre.… …   Universalium

  • Cannel coal — Cannel coal, also known as candle coal, is a type of coal, also classified as terrestrial type oil shale, with a large amount of hydrogen, which burns easily with a bright light and leaves little ash.Cannel coal consists of micrinites, macerals… …   Wikipedia

  • cannel coal — /kan l/ an oily, compact coal, burning readily and brightly. Also called cannel. [1530 40; cannel from CANDLE (dial. form)] * * * ▪ fossil fuel       type of hydrogen rich, sapropelic coal characterized by a dull black, sometimes waxy lustre. It… …   Universalium