chimneypot


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chimneypot

(ˈtʃɪmnɪˌpɒt)
n
(Building) a short pipe on the top of a chimney, which increases the draught and directs the smoke upwards
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Noun1.chimneypot - a short earthenware pipe on the top of a chimney to increase the draft
pipage, pipe, piping - a long tube made of metal or plastic that is used to carry water or oil or gas etc.
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The latter perfume, with the fostering aid of boiling water and lemon-peel, diffused itself throughout the room, and became so highly concentrated around the warm fireside, that the wind passing over the house roof must have rushed off charged with a delicious whiff of it, after buzzing like a great bee at that particular chimneypot.
A Greater Spotted Woodpecker drumming on one of the vanes at the top of the chimneypot, listening and looking round, then drumming again.
DAMAGED: Bricks fell from chimney; AFTERMATH: Pat Battison clears up the remains of her chimney after it fell into street in Bloxwich; HOLED: Tiles fell off roof in Bloxwich; BABY: Kath Mortimer had Max during quake; SMASHED: Chimneypot hit ground in West Mids; DENTED: Debris crashed on David Birch's new Mondeo; RECORD: British Geological Survey instruments detect tremor; DANGEROUS: St Michael's spire in Rushall; CLOSED: Sunshine infants school in Walsall was damaged
On the advertising and production side, industry stalwarts like Leo Burnett (Leo Film), Kraftwerk, The Chimneypot Norge, Punch Post Production AS and VMP were active participants in Salsa's development and are current users.