Primus stove

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Noun1.Primus stove - a portable paraffin cooking stovePrimus stove - a portable paraffin cooking stove; used by campers
cooking stove, kitchen range, kitchen stove, stove, range - a kitchen appliance used for cooking food; "dinner was already on the stove"
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Two Stirling area women suffered severe burns in a Primus stove accident, the Observer of June, 1969, reported.
While waiting, they used John's primus stove on the hearth to cook something warm.
'Never let it be said that camping holidays are relaxing - the Primus stove is designed to destroy marriages,' laughs Rufus Jones.
It was 1983 when Mike moved into the five-storey warehouse with a mattress, a primus stove and a frying pan.
"There was quite a community up there," recalled Jack Smith, who said that cooking would be done on an open fire or use of a Primus stove.
At night we'd go back to the van, cook bangers and Smash outside on a primus stove and then play cards with blankets wrapped round our shoulders.
They would sit around the primus stove, singing songs and staring up at starry, starry nights, before climbing the sea wall and gazing lovingly at the inspiring vista ...
They'd produce last year's textbooks, a primus stove, coffee mugs, typewriters for sale.
He ended up renting an apartment over a garage adjacent to a mosque in Muharraq, and spent the first few days installing modern conveniences - including a shower rigged up from an oil drum and getting used to cooking with a primus stove.
Obtaining water on a mountain meant melting snow using a primus stove. More water meant more fuel, adding weight.
He added: "I remember going into Frankie Laine's room to give him some mail and he was frying a steak on a primus stove. He said he liked to fry his own steak.