Recent Examples of chimney from the Web
Burning the tree can contribute to creosote buildup results in a chimney fire.
Crime prevention authorities are baffled at his ability to break into homes, often through tiny chimneys.
The chimney was also repointed and a now-unused incinerator in the boiler room was removed.
Once second set of coals are hot - no longer black and white and glowing -- about 15 minutes or so, open grill, and gently pour in fresh coals from chimney so chicken is still cooking with indirect heat.
Their images reveal fat mantle plumes, regions of hot rock as wide as France, rising like chimneys through the mantle.
The tour begins in the caretaker’s cottage, which sits at the gate to the 13-acre estate and was built to camouflage a massive chimney that runs from the boiler room, dug below it by hand.
Eisriesenwelt is considered a dynamic ice cave, meaning that corridors and rooms throughout are connected from top to bottom, allowing air to pass through like a chimney.
The room has a dirt floor, woven bamboo walls and a rudimentary woodstove with no chimney.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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