2 edition of Coalface 1900 found in the catalog.
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A heart-warming story of a woman who devoted her life to helping others. This is the memoir of Joan, who started nursing in the s and whose experiences took her into the Yorkshire mining pits and through the tumult of the miners strike/5.
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I haven't been at the coalface for years. From the novel, Apple Tree Yard. By Louise Doughty. The Free Dictionary defines the British and Australian idiom at the coalface as: someone who is at the coalface is doing the work involved in a job, not talking about it, planning it.
Coal Face is a British documentary film short directed by Alberto a film score by Benjamin Britten and a poem written and narrated by W.H. Auden, the film gives a glimpse into the lives of a Yorkshire mining community and the dangerous working conditions the miners routinely faced.
The film largely reuses older footage from Tour of a British Coal Mine (), which was. John Grierson CBE (26 April – 19 February ) was a pioneering Scottish documentary maker, often considered the father of British and Canadian documentary film.
InGrierson coined the term "documentary" in a review of Robert Flaherty's Moana. World War I. University of Glasgow.
2 Social critic. Empire Marketing : John Grierson, 26 AprilDeanston, Stirling. Illustration of a Victorian Getter at the Coalface Getters were the oldest and strongest members of the family, almost always grown men or strong youths.
Their job was to work at the coal face cutting the coal from the seam with a pickaxe. Glossary of Mining Terminology After Damp - Gasses resulting from underground combustion, normally carbon monoxide. This is a loose term implying any fatal gas in a mine after an explosion or fire.
Air Shaft - A vertical opening into a mine for the passage of air. Airway - Any passage in a mine along which an air current moves. Some passages areFile Size: 93KB. Coalface definition is - the place inside a mine where the coal is cut out of the rock.
How to use coalface in a sentence. If there’s a town in Australia that could be said to be reminiscent of America’s Wild West, that town is Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Western Australia. It’s isolated – located six hours east of Perth - it’s flat and it’s dusty. It was founded on gold and thrived during a gold rush – like California.
It has its historic saloons – still functioning – and its historic brothels. Also. Define coalface. coalface synonyms, coalface pronunciation, coalface translation, English dictionary definition of coalface.
n the exposed seam of coal in a mine Noun 1. coalface - the part of a coal seam that is being cut face - a vertical surface of a building or cliff coal seam. The Coal Face, Seaham Harbour, Durham, United Kingdom.
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â ¡ 2 upper layer coal seam and coalface of No. â ¡ 1 coal seam of Hashatu Colliery[R].Cited by: 1.Coal Face () was the first influential film to be made by the GPO Film continued the experimentation with sound effects and music first initiated in Song of Ceylon ( Wright, ) and Pett and Pott (o Cavalcanti, ), and was described in the Film Society programme of 27 October as "an experiment in sound".
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