Coalite

Co'a·lite intransitive verb [ Latin coalitus , past participle of coalescere . See Coalesce .] To unite or coalesce. [ Obsolete] « Let them continue to coalite . Bolingbroke. »
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Coalite

Co'a·lite transitive verb To cause to unite or coalesce. [ Obsolete] « Time has by degrees blended . . . and coalited the conquered with the conquerors. Burke. »
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Coalite

• (v. t.) To cause to unite or coalesce. • (v. i.) To unite or coalesce.
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coalite

coalite 1. To unite or coalesce. 2. To cause to unite or coalesce.
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Coalite

Coalite is a brand of low-temperature coke used as a smokeless fuel. The title refers to the residue left behind when coal is carbonised at 640 degrees Celsius. It was invented by Thomas Parker in 1904. In 1936 the Smoke Abatement Society awarded its inventor a posthumous gold medal. Coalite is darker and more friable than high temperature coke. I...
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