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  • n. Plural form of spyhole.


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  • If the story was to be told entirely from Stella's point of view, I would not allow her view to extend outside the flat, apart from looking out of windows and spyholes.

    Janni Visman discusses her first novel, Yellow

  • I returned slowly, using the spyholes along the way.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • The test pieces should be placed close to the spyholes from where they can be drawn out with the help of an iron rod (fig 2-138).

    2. Kilns

  • The air intake of the fireboxes, spyholes and vent holes should be sealed completely after firing and the kiln left to cool by itself.

    2. Kilns

  • If a loose insulation is used spyholes and vent holes should be lined so that the insulation does not fill the holes.

    2. Kilns

  • The spyholes and vent holes should be closed, and the firing time, from the end of smoking until a dark red colour is visible inside the kiln, should take more than four hours.

    2. Kilns

  • All spyholes and vent holes are left open during smoking to let out the resulting steam before it condenses at colder spots of the setting.

    2. Kilns

  • The dampers are then closed completely and all spyholes and firebox inlets are sealed.

    2. Kilns

  • Remember that with cones it is important to expose them to the same conditions at each firing; setting should be at the same distance from spyholes and at the same angle.

    2. Kilns

  • Reduction is in process when flames come out of the spyholes.

    2. Kilns


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