tepee


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Synonyms for tepee

a Native American tent

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They are waterproof and wind-proof and make ideal outdoor tepees and shelters.
Once this is complete, the snow tepee needs to sit for a period of one hour.
6-litres the optimum for the propelling the Partner Tepee as all five of its engines share that capacity.
Keeping your face away from the tepee of sticks, put the tip of the lighter near a sheet of newspaper close to the back of your fireplace.
You might expect a couple of petrol engines and a diesel to be oered, but the Partner Tepee weighs in with no fewer than ve Euro6-compliant engines.
Safety kit has been expanded with the adoption of active city brake technology, a reversing camera and grip control which helps the Tepee on slippery surfaces.
A spokesman said: "e parents/carers/family members/grandparents were informed about the tepee project through our newsletter and 'luggagetype' labels have been sent home so families can contribute their thoughts on 'What makes me happy' and these have been added to the guy rope attached to the tepee.
Settle down for the night in a Eurohike 10 person tepee in Meadow Floral.
Cars range from the company's most popular Citroen Berlingo and their long–wheelbase Fiat Doblo to the Peugeot Expert Tepee and Renault Kangoo.
WHEN I told friends I had been driving a Bipper Tepee for a week all I got was a quizzical look, followed by the obvious "what's a Bipper Tepee?
outside the tepee (and his horse was fed in the foreign stable): the
Bursting with superlatives, he boasted: "I run the best paragliding B&B tepee outfit in all of Chale
Projects include a PVC tepee, sock puppet squid, $10 electric guitar, cardboard boomerangs and the Jitterbug robot.
In addition, there is St Demetrius Ukrainian Catholic Church used by Ukrainians and Icelanders from the village of Bjarmi, a Ukrainian parish hall, the former Poplar Heights School from Warren, a grist windmill, a 1921 CPR caboose and a tepee.