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1. He was a miner all his working life.
2. There is a miner attack in words but a major help in deeds.
3. The old miner was digging for gold.
4. The young miner was confident of winning the girl's heart.
5. Josef Heman, Miner in a Landscape, 1952, mixed media.
6. But he was no ordinary rough-hewn miner.
7. Tips are like sea fronts to the old miner.
8. Under those conditions a miner would have to be quite fleet of foot!
9. Realising that something had gone wrong, the alarmed miner was making his way out of the pit.
10. In it, a miner who has been made redundant heads south to Helsinki and falls in love.
11. Mr Watson worked as a lead miner and was inspired to write by his upper Teesdale surroundings.
12. He was a miner and he went off to the First World War and got killed.
13. James Caan is the corrupt miner who plots to seize the rights.
14. The professional miner seeking to achieve a higher standard of living through maximisation of earnings scarcely existed in the early sixteenth century.
15. So one night(sentencedict.com), Rich and another miner taught me how to chew tobacco.
16. Similarly, Miner, in a successful controlled biofeedback trial, encouraged patients to squeeze for at least 20 seconds.
17. At Mansfield a 20 year-old miner went to prison even though unconvicted of any offence for alleged breach of bail conditions.
18. A former miner, Joe was presented with a cheque together with good wishes for a long and happy retirement.
18. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find nice sentences for a large number of words.
19. I wanted to be a coal miner, and that was a serious ambition, too.
20. The miner, whose dangerous and unpleasant labour is so misguidedly romanticized, will be eliminated.
21. Leaf miner grubs are usually found at the end of their meandering tunnels in leaves and can be squeezed between your thumbnails.
22. As Kenneth Maher, a miner from Caerphilly, reflected: Towards the end of the strike things were awful.
23. And an invaluable inheritance from lead miner, linen weaver and gentleman scientist.
24. Before making a success of his writing, he worked as a taxi driver, a newspaper seller, a miner, and a railway man.
25. Whilst cleaning the pithead baths at the Stillingfleet Colliery Tony was asked to wash the back of a bathing miner.
26. Of course it seems hard in our affluent times that the poor miner should have to suffer all of these deductions.
27. Though geographical mobility is possible, to move means severing all the social ties which the miner has built up.
28. Keir Hardie joined Labour because the Liberals would not make him, a miner, a parliamentary candidate.
29. And one way and another he got together, in most weeks, as much spending money as a young working miner.
30. Nelson, historic landmarks from the early days of the fur-trader, the gold miner and the explorer.
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