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  • List of Wheeler Dealers episodes

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    Wheeler Dealers is a British television series produced by Attaboy TV for the Discovery Channel in the UK and Motor Trend Network in the U.S., fronted by Mike Brewer, with mechanic Edd China in Series 1-13 and Ant Anstead starting from Series 14. The premise of the programme has the presenters on a mission to save old and repairable enthusiast vehicles, by repairing or otherwise improving an example of a particular make and model to a budget, then selling it to a new owner. This is a list of Wheeler Dealers episodes with original airdate on Discovery Channel.

  • Outhouse

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    Historical community sanitation poster promoting sanitary outhouse designs (Illinois, US, 1940) Outhouse in the mountains in northern Norway An outhouse in Le Palais, BrittanyAn outhouse, also known by many other names, is a small structure, separate from a main building, which covers a toilet. This is typically either a pit latrine or a bucket toilet, but other forms of dry (non-flushing) toilets may be encountered. The term may also be used to denote the toilet itself, not just the structure itself. Outhouses were in use in cities of developed countries (e.g. Australia) well into the second half of the twentieth century. They are still common in rural areas and also in cities of developing countries. Outhouses that are covering pit latrines in densely populated areas can cause groundwater pollution. In some localities and varieties of English, particularly outside North America, the term "outhouse" refers not to a toilet, but to outbuildings in a general sense: sheds, barns, workshops, etc.

  • Barn

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    Timber framed with siding of vertical boards was typical in early New England. Red is a traditional color for paint. Connecticut. The Texas Technological College Dairy Barn in Lubbock, Texas, U.S., was used as a teaching facility until 1967. Russian women using a hand powered winnowing machine in a threshing barn. Note the board across the doorway to prevent grain from spilling out of the barn, this is the origin of the term threshold. Painting from 1894 by Klavdy Lebedev titled the floor or the threshing floor (Гумно). Grange Barn, Coggeshall, England, originally part of the Cistercian monastery of Coggeshall. Dendrochronologically dated from 1237–1269, it was restored in the 1980s by the Coggeshall Grange Barn Trust, Braintree District Council and Essex County Council. A bridge barn in Switzerland. The bridge (rather than a ramp) in this case also shelters animals. A barn is an agricultural building usually on farms and used for various purposes. In the North American area, a barn refers to structures that house livestock, including cattle and horses, as well as equipment and fodder, and often grain. As a result, the term barn is often qualified e.g. tobacco barn, dairy barn, sheep barn, potato barn. In the British Isles, the term barn is restricted mainly to storage structures for unthreshed cereals and fodder, the terms byre or shippon being applied to cow shelters, whereas horses are kept in buildings known as stables. On the Continent, however, barns were often part of integrated structures known as byre-dwellings (or housebarns in US literature). In addition, barns may be used for equipment storage, as a covered workplace, and for activities such as threshing.

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