mud house

mud house

Any primitive dwelling having walls of unbaked earth; often constructed of molded sun-dried blocks of mud usually mixed with straw, manure, or other material to provide increased mechanical strength.
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ABBOTTABAD:A woman died and three other injured under the debris of a mud house roof which collapsed on Sunday at Khaki near Manshera.
But the house they built her is not what many people would have expected: a mud house with a corrugated iron sheet roof.
Police said that the incident occurred when a hand grenade went off inside the mud house, killing a woman and her two children.
Laiquat Ali Jatoi said that those PPP lawmakers had not mud house and now they have bungalows.
Two children died in a fire at their mother's makuti-thatched mud house in Kilifi county on Tuesday night.
Someone screamed flood hit the area and we suddenly woke up and came out to see the waves of floodwater coming to our farms and also to our mud house," told Nooran Bibi whose mud house caved in as a result of canal breach and crops were also damaged.
On the other hand, roof of a mud house collapsed due to rain in Shuja Abad, Multan, however no loss of life has been reported yet.
It seemed natural for this filmmaker to build a mud house.
00: Check-in at the Misfah Old House (+968 9280 0120) in the mountainous village of Misfat Al Abreen and enjoy the cozy accommodations of an old-school Omani mud house and a traditional Omani dinner.
The source told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / today that " a military force, during the combing operations, managed to kill two of the suicide bombers barricaded themselves inside a mud house near (Metabejag) area eastern Salahuddin.
The man's heir renovated the family's 400-year-old mud house, that passed hands several generations.
The oldest mud house was built in the village and it contains a very ancient mill.