coalface coalface


  • (n) the part of a coal seam that is being cut


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    I can understand why those more insulated from the coalface of email marketing may get confused with the seeming reluctance of some email marketers to increase their email frequency.
    on July 4, 2013     Source: e-Consultancy


  1. "We in politics don't have a monopoly on wisdom," Mr Rudd told the Channel Seven. "You pick up a whole lot of information and good ideas from the community who are at the coalface."
    on Dec 4, 2006 By: Kevin Rudd Source:

  2. Dr Sentamu, the second most senior figure in the Church, told how Christian groups "are working at the coalface of pastoral care and social practice, motivated by nothing more than their love of God and the love for their neighbour".
    on Sep 11, 2008 By: John Sentamu Source:

  3. Plowman said: "I have decided to return to the coalface and give someone else a go at one of the best jobs in television." "I hope to carry on my relationship with the BBC and to continue to make great stuff both here and elsewhere."
    on Jun 26, 2007 By: Jon Plowman Source: Stage

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cynic cynic
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