Hut

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Hut

A small, simple shelter or dwelling. Can be constructed out of a variety of building materials

hut

1. A rough and plain habitation; often a temporary shelter for soldiers.
2. A rustic cabin or similar slight structure.
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When they arrive, they are disoriented, exhausted and unsure of their surroundings, and only have the clothes they are wearing Edmore Hute, Red Cross refugee service manager
Test some faulty parac hutes by thro wing Fear ne Cotton, the entire cast of Harley Street and all of the Loose Women out of a plane to see who hits the ground first.
A few brief summary comments from the following would have been helpful and could easily have been included: from the "Eight-Point Proclamation of the Poetic Act" (1953), from the explanation "Ein Gedicht und sein Autor" that Artmann provided following a reading of his poem "landschaft 8" (1967), or from Artmann's informative 1973 preface to Unter der Bedeckung eines Hutes (1974), in which he proposes that his poetic texts could serve as indices for readers who would, in turn, create their own personal poetry.