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outhouse

a building near to, but separate from, a main building; outbuilding

outhouse

1. A detached outdoor structure housing a primitive toilet; usually constructed of wood, rather than the proverbial brick.
2. A small accessory building generally located at the rear of a house and used for domestic animals, storage, and so on.
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The BHA was made aware of the apprentice race situation during an exchange of emails following the elimination of Pearl Spectre from the race last year, and Jakes said: "The reason I defend Arc is that they have had the balls to come back to me, call me and explain it.
As of now, the Orangewood Church in Maitland has said they are thoroughly investigating Snyder's claims along with others made by students against Jakes. The church has not announced the names of the other alleged victims as yet.
During the 2017 ISTE conference, K-12 design consultant David Jakes shared many ideas for how school leaders can make their classrooms more engaging and dynamic spaces that encourage learning.
Prosector David Mainstone said the main charge involved Jakes' conduct between February 2010 and June 2012.
Although the studio didn't need Jakes to produce motion pictures, it coveted a faith-based audience only he could deliver.
No muss, no fuss, Jakes had his trackers haul the vlakvark (aka bushpig or Phacochoerus africamis) off to camp while we continued our hunt.
Jakes often quoted Walter Benjamin's 7th thesis on the Philosophy of History, in this respect: "There is no document of civilization which is not at the same time a document of barbarism" (Benjamin, Illuminations 258).
Mr Seldon was a partner with Clarkson Wright & Jakes, a firm of solicitors.
Steve Jakes, Director and Founder of www.motortrades.co.uk MotorTrades Ltd commented:
Jakes, watching Whitney Houston sing a classic gospel hymn two months ago made him sure the long-struggling singer was poised for a comeback.
ORIGINALLY formed in 2004 (as The Jakes), this is the first album by California's Young The Giant.
LISTENING Jakes Stoeks, four SHOW Kate Leonard, eight, with Mrs Punch at the Morpeth Gathering