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  • n. A pit dug in the ground, or constructed from stones, in which a fire is made, principally for cooking


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  • Their fascination with our firepit is the foundation of all scientific discovery.

    Young Men and Fire

  • GRACE: And the other thing, the cinder blocks -- if you take a look at -- the cement blocks he bought, if you take a look at the so-called firepit in the backyard, it ` s nothing more than these cement blocks placed in a square.

    CNN Transcript Jan 21, 2008

  • Outside in the patio, there were about 30 young gays accompanied by their fag hag friends, and then closer to the firepit was a whole other subscrulture who were quite amazing.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • If you own a recalled firepit, stop using it and return it to a Meijer store for a full refund.

    CPSC announces miter saw, firepit recalls

  • The firepit is the open area that is located below the mantel where the fire is burned.


  • Make a series of U - shaped tubes or channels to fit inside the "firepit", placed vertically on their side with the base of the U toward the back and the open end of the U facing the front.

    What choice for heating?

  • Out back: Stone benches, grill, firepit - group hangout spot when the weather allows.

    Odin's Day

  • Thats one good looking cake, and i love the way put a firepit as a background.

    S’mores Cake | Baking Bites

  • There is also a firepit and detached limestone pavilion.

    Homes With Great Outdoors

  • Meals, frequently just a heap of cornmeal, were cooked in a firepit outside.

    From Botswana With Much Love


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