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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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Despite her brother's letter saving Jakes from jail, Mr Mainstone said: "The defendant throughout the trial referred to her brother in derogatory terms and she does so even now.
Alas, by noon that had Jakes swearing that I was a "conservation hunter", and that maybe I'd never take a shot--but, that was to change.
Jakes, then meneer Gerwel, was one of those who provided theoretical underpinnings to the student community in the unsettled 1970s.
At the remitted employment tribunal hearing held earlier this year, with judgment handed down last month, the tribunal found in favour of Clarkson Wright & Jakes.
But Jakes predicted audiences would be moved by Houston's singing of the "Sparrow" gospel classic and another song recorded for the film.
In New York, for instance, about two-thirds of jakes survived to the following year, while only about one-third of toms survived.
The NWTF JAKES Take Aim program provides opportunities for youth, ages 17 and under, to try shooting in a safe, fun environment.
Bishop Jakes puts an emphasis on the importance of maintaining an open conversation with God.
The bride was Sarah Dionne Jakes (19), daughter of world-renowned ministers Bishop T.
In 278 pages, Jakes maps out a spiritual journey, guided by Scriptures, for people looking for a new lease on life, whether they are just starting out, starting over or trying to move to another level.