smoke hole


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Noun1.smoke hole - a vent (as in a roof) for smoke to escape
vent, venthole, vent-hole, blowhole - a hole for the escape of gas or air
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Constructed from saplings and early Virginia to life in Jamestown cane reeds with a fire pit in the middle and a smoke hole at the top, these cosy tents are part of the Powhatan Indian Village, a reimagining of the dwellings of Virginia's original inhabitants.
Constructed from saplings and early Virginia to life in Jamestown tt cane reeds with a fire pit in the middle and a smoke hole at the top, these cosy tents are part of the Powhatan Indian Village, a reimagining of the dwellings of Virginia's original inhabitants.
It is covered by lowered tunduk (smoke hole in yurt).
The first prize of pounds 1,000 was awarded to the archiGRAD team, with a further prize of pounds 500 for the runners-up, The Smoke Hole - James Perry and Claire Harper.
After spending her entire pregnancy in a home with a flap and smoke hole, "Doors and windows were a real religious experience," Sue recalled.
A small fire was built near the centre, directly below a smoke hole, and the inhabitants sat and slept along the walls.
The entrance to the lodge was through a hole in the top of the mountain that also served as a smoke hole. One day when the chief sat in front of a roaring fire inside the mountain, the wind spirit blew up a storm.
The liner's effect is threefold: It keeps morning dew or heavy rain from dripping on inhabitants, provides some insulation in cold weather and helps create an updraft to pull the smoke straight up and out the smoke hole.