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  • Consider this New York Times story on cooking-stove soot: because women do most of the cooking, they are the ones whose lungs absorb the most damaging agents.

    Women and Global Warming « Gender Across Borders

  • We have only a cooking-stove, which requires incessant feeding with wood, a kettle, a frying pan, a six-gallon brass pan, and a bottle for a rolling pin.

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • This opens into a very small kitchen with a great American cooking-stove, and there are two

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • She had a wagon with beds, tent, tent floor, cooking-stove, and every camp luxury, a light buggy, a man to manage everything, and a most superior “hired girl.”

    A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • The most disturbing thing was the need of a new cooking-stove, the cost of which added greatly to the bill.

    Jennie Gerhardt

  • The next winter I used a small cooking-stove for economy, since

    Walden

  • He set off, and stayed away two days, and came back with a cooking-stove — a barge of a man surgeing up through the forest with a whole iron stove on his back.

    The Growth of the Soil

  • Our cooking-stove had been floating about in the bottom of the boat, and portions of our last hoosh seemed to have permeated everything.

    The Greatest Survival Stories Ever Told

  • They took the lamp out of the cabin-and the little cooking-stove, for it wasn't there.

    The Adventurous Four Again

  • It served both as kitchen and dining-room; there was a round table in the middle, an old dresser, and a Dutch cooking-stove of a type seldom seen nowadays.

    Maigret and the Lazy Burglar

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