chimney stack


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chimney stack

n
(Building) the part of a chimney that rises above the roof of a building
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The chimney stack stood up above the roof like a little stone tower, and the daylight shone down from the top, under the slanting slates that kept out the rain.
On all sides there were waste spaces with only stoves and chimney stacks still standing, and here and there the blackened walls of some brick houses.
The chimney stack that served the fireplace was a combined one in the centre of the ridge with four chimney pots, two for each of the semis.
NFU Mutual's top tips: 1 Ensure your chimney stack is at least five feet above the thatch, allowing sparks to escape and die-out before they settle.
5 emissions are measurable for a distance of seven miles per 100ft of chimney stack height, so PM2.
Not only that, but the chimney stack is adjacent to a flat roof and I supervised them.
A BOLT of lightning destroyed a chimney stack and sent parents fleeing in terror with their kids - in a village called Strichen.
Landlady Lyn Anderson was horrified to find the seven foot long picture attached to the chimney stack of the Britannia Inn, in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
When the device exploded, it caused a five-ton chimney stack to come crashing down through the front of the building, narrowly missing the Thatchers' bedroom and destroying their bathroom - had the PM been in there, it is likely she would have been seriously injured, if not killed.
THIS is the moment a man narrowly escaped being seriously injured by a falling chimney stack.
Firemen were also called to dismantle a dangerous chimney stack, brick by brick, at a building in Jackson Street, North Shields.
Chimney stack repairs are expensive but if you ignore them, stacks have a nasty habit of collapsing when you least expect it.