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stovepipe

a pipe that serves as a flue to a stove

stovepipe

[′stōv‚pīp]
(engineering)
Large-diameter pipe made of sheet steel.

stovepipe

A metal pipe for conducting smoke, gases, etc., from a stove to a chimney flue.
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When not in use, the stovepipe stores in the firebox and the legs fold up for a small pack size.
More than assembling the traditional departmental stovepipes, platforms also bring together new functionality, such as journey mapping, along with workflow, code generation, data, and analytics.
In the clear morning sunshine setting, as the padre pounded the table on his field pulpit and mouthed the words, "The wrath of God will come down upon him ..." the 37-burner stovepipe exploded!
Summer nights in the lowlands hover in the 100s, so book a stay at either Stovepipe Wells Village, which puts you close to Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes and Mosaic Canyon, or the Ranch at Furnace Creek, a ranch site from the 1 880s with up-to-the-minute amenities and patios that overlook your new best friend, the spring-fed swimming pool.
Instead of serving as stovepipe chieftains, the remaining senior officers would be true generalists charged with facilitating the efforts of the cross-functional teams.
Many organizations deal with risks; such as, security, financial, or information technology from a stovepipe viewpoint; whereas, ERM involves robust communication, collaboration, and prioritization of risk management efforts across the enterprise to achieve organizational goals and objectives.
The Stovepipe and Lampshade baffle assemblies were outlined by the Discovery Channel Telescope team in envelope level drawings to The AMS Group, with specific details on the design and construction left to the vendor chosen for the project.
Standing in the den of a foreclosed home and gazing up at the blue West Virginia sky through a hole in the ceiling where a stovepipe once penetrated, I asked the Realtor, "Think anyone might want to come fix that?" And sure enough, by the time I came back for a second look, someone had ripped a piece of flagstone out of the walkway and indelicately shoved it over the hole, where it now, more or less, prevented a wholesale flood from each passing storm.
On more than one occasion, I am aware of sections of the stovepipe being launched or mess personnel getting their eyebrows singed when lighting an immersion heater that used gasoline.
COTTAGE GROVE - Former Eugene resident Kit "Stymee" Stovepipe plays the Axe & Fiddle on Sunday with the Crow Quill Night Owls.
The classroom tools needed for today's students can be found in the neurosciences supported by technology, yet our stovepipe educational system has all but blocked any effort to incorporate them.
Spanky Long stovepipe jeans and RVCA hats were observed being worn by courtside celebrities like David Spade during the recent Lakers versus Celtics NBA Championships.