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solid fuel

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Gas, coal, oil
solid fuelˌsolid ˈfuel noun [countable]  TPGa solid substance such as coal that is burnt to produce heat or power
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solid fuelWhether, you're burning solid fuel, gas, or electricity, there's a fireplace for you.Apart from the trophy the winner receives £60, a tankard and a voucher for £35 for solid fuel.Others For any advice on solid fuel, dial 100 and ask for Freefone Real Fires.It fits into standard fireplace alcoves and runs on solid fuel.Do you have room to store oil or solid fuel or wood?Starchaser recently launched its two-stage solid fuel Starchaser Discovery rocket.I found a plumber, but when he saw the solid fuel monster in the kitchen, he paled visibly.The boiler, situated in the cellar, is hand-fired using solid fuel.
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