washpot


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washpot

(ˈwɒʃˌpɒt)
n
a pot for washing hands, or things, in
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always did the laundry on Saturdays in a washpot right there, next to
The latter builds a fire under "a blackened washpot set on four bricks in the corner of the yard.
99) HE'S already published two autobiographies; Moab Is My Washpot in 1997 and The Fry Chronicles in 2010, but it seems Stephen Fry has more to tell of his mishaps, high-haps and showbiz adventures - a fact countless readers will no doubt want to thank him for, because he does it so well.
singer's life, studios and The Fry Chronicles: An Autobiography by Stephen Fry is the polymath's sequel to his autobiography Moab Is My Washpot.
But he has promised to return to the micro-blogging world once he has completed a follow-up to his autobiography Moab Is My Washpot.
However, he promised to return once he has finished a follow-up to his 1997 autobiography Moab Is My Washpot.
The first instalment of Fry's autobiography - Moab Is My Washpot - covered his childhood.
We drew our water from a well in the back yard with a bucket and Mom washed oh a rubboard and used a washpot.
Every house had its black washpot in the backyard and its flowerpots of geraniums and ferns on the frontporch.
The most Islamized form of boxing is called tangpinggong, meaning washpot exercise.
But this summer night is different as Union County gathers for the first time to witness--and perform--its communal theatrical creation, Turn the Washpot Down.