gas company

IPA: gˈæskˈʌmpʌni

noun

  • a public utility that provides gas

Examples of "gas-company" in Sentences

  • At that moment the great Birmingham gas-company was employing the services of one trained chemist.
  • Q: We recently sold some gas-company shares that my wife received as a gift more than 25 years ago.
  • Murray attended gas-company meetings, even dragging along a geologist, but the company never mentioned hydro-fracking.
  • Eleven firefighters and a gas-company worker died, more than 100 other people were injured, buildings were flattened and fires broke out everywhere.
  • By now also, Cowperwood had invested about one hundred thousand dollars in his gas-company speculations, and he was jubilant over his prospects; the franchises were good for twenty years.
  • Numerous creditors, bill-discounters, money-lenders, jewelers, lace-venders, tax-collectors, gas-company agents, all persons having claims to urge pressed them at this period simultaneously.
  • His plan: to pay off back wages due to soldiers and other state workers by January, using (in words only a former gas-company executive like Chernomyrdin could love) "a controlled emission" of new funds.
  • The government workers had frequently been friends with the oil - and gas-company workers since childhood, the report found, raising questions about whether maintaining an arms-length relationship between government and industry would be possible in the Louisiana office.

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