many-chambered


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Adj.1.many-chambered - having many chambers
divided - separated into parts or pieces; "opinions are divided"
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When the house was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995, just about 100 years after its completion, by the effort of owner Oscar Beattie, it was noted that stories abounded about the possibility that the deep, many-chambered basement that had been under the Vandewater house, was associated with the operation of the Underground Railroad.
Southern kilns were of the many-chambered dragon type: temperature rise to finishing was quite fast through side-stoking, with an approximate end of around 1220o C.
We should strive to build for ourselves bigger and better mansions where our restless souls can find rest and peace till at length we are returned to the stars, to that many-chambered mansion in the sky that the Father of us all built for us, to house our souls!