Mudwall

Mud´wall`


n.1.(Zool.) The European bee-eater. See Bee-eater.
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The schoolhouse, built in the 1830s, is one of the most complete examples of mudwall buildings in Scotland.
(B) Ninety percent of the population shows a willingness to invest in thatched roofs and mudwall improvements, revealing the urgency of this matter.
It is clear from the study that the target group, i.e., 'rural poor' are very interested in technological innovations which prolong the life of mudwalls and thatched roofs.