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  • n. Plural form of hutment.

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Examples

  • But Perfect View, poised on a ledge above Snow Hill and beneath Richmond Heights, gazing serenely across to Bathampton and what – in my young day as a cub reporter on the Bath Chronicle – we called the Admiralty hutments: Perfect View is the real thing.

    Britain's best views: Bath

  • Quarters: The camp is composed of hutments, divided into rooms in which about 18 men are housed.

    Work Camp 10049 GW

  • It consists of wooden hutments divided into rooms.

    Work Camp 10049 GW

  • The camp itself is some distance from the works and consists of a series of hutments, similar to those which are occupied by the German, Slovene and

    Work Camp 10030 GW, Lavamund

  • Quarters: The prisoners live in three wooden hutments, simple but sufficiently comfortable.

    Work Camp 10030 GW, Lavamund

  • Smaller hutments are reserved for stores, canteen, shower and toilet rooms, kitchen, etc.

    Work Camp 10030 GW, Lavamund

  • Where the factory areas have space between the hutments sufficient to stack and unload materials, the living areas are cramped and close together, the paths between buildings not much more than covered gutters where one person can just about pass another.

    April « 2009 « Squares of Wheat

  • I saw scrap-iron hutments and tiled rooftops the color of autumn leaves, and smoky blue hillsides creased by waterfalls and half-eaten by gray monsoon clouds.

    Buddha’s Savage Peace

  • It is one of those little independent republics you find hidden away up and down the Thames, full of brightly painted hutments among the willows and pampas grass with their names tacked up on boards.

    Wildwood

  • So overwhelming was the grandeur of this ceremony, that the very hippopotamuses on the regrettably muddy Ubanggui-Shari river on which Bangui's noble if gently deliquescing hutments stand, could not repress magnificent yawns.

    Smoking Guns and the Morality of Parliamentary Privilege

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