1(pipe)conducto de estufa masculine
- Remove vines in contact with the home, prune tree branches and shrubs within 15 feet of a stovepipe or chimney outlet, and ask the power company to clear branches from power lines.
- Unlike smokestacks and stovepipes, they don't have an opening at the top.
- Some 40,000 people who packed St Peter's Square to stare at the stovepipe jutting from the chapel roof shouted ‘It's black!’
- They had managed to scrounge enough coal and coke to keep the stoves roaring away, with the stovepipes red-hot halfway up.
- At the top was a series of rooms built with thin sticks and with a stovepipe sticking out of the roof.
- Exhausted, Fleming crawled into a single bed beside the stovepipe, pulled off her pants under the sheets and fell fast asleep with the male skiers sitting around her.
- They also tacked down carpets, repaired an ironing board, and made a hole for a stovepipe - in short, tasks that the novice carpenter could do.
- As a result, it's possible and relatively easy to build your own stove and stovepipe.
- I managed for a whole weekend not to clean the stovepipe.
- The old squatters' homes rot and sink, clap siding bowing from the studs, steps detaching, bricks and stovepipes tilting, angling toward the marshy ground that floods and dries.
- There's the stovepipe to be cleaned, the living room ceiling fan to be fixed, the new sleek stovepipe brace to be installed; the back upper windows to be cleaned.
- This supply of fresh air is also important to help carry pollutants up the chimney, stovepipe, or flue to the outside.
- It was believed to have been started by an overheated stovepipe igniting some clothes that were hanging out to dry in an upper room in the attic.
- Hedge had knocked the stovepipe down and dragged Grandma's stove outside.
2also stovepipe hat
US informalchistera femininegalera feminine Southern Cone