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Buckethead is the super-eclectic, super-prolific and super-eye-catching musician known for, among other things, wearing an inverted KFC chicken bucket on his head as a kind of fast-food stovepipe hat.
Meanwhile, reports from different services and agencies remain largely ignored and unevaluated inside their respective bureaucratic stovepipes.
Thousands of caps, including ones like the stovepipe hat Abraham Lincoln wore, are piled high in boxes along the walls.
Can mega-retro Honest Abe stovepipe hats be far behind?
The Cavs really have no one else who can do that better the man with the stovepipe hair.
The Leprechaun Leap 5K, coinciding with St. Patrick’s Day, metamorphosed into the Inaugural Tustin Hangar Half Marathon and 5K. And the logo matured to sleek silhouettes of runners, replacing the cute little sprite in a stovepipe hat.
At the camp, defiance is rising like smoke from the stovepipe of Mr. Plenty Wolf’s tepee.
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Definition of stovepipe for English Language Learners
: a metal pipe used for carrying away smoke from a stove
: a very tall silk hat
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