pit latrine

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pit latrine

A type of outdoor latrine, used where it is impractical to provide a standard, flushing-type toilet. The structure, which is excavated in the soil, may be manufactured and installed so that odors and flies are minimized.
See also: latrine
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Tenders are invited for Construction of Twin Pit Toilet to House to House hold at Ward No 01 to 15 Total Toilet 1316 Nos
The police said the suspects tried to throw Mphahlele's body in a pit toilet, and when the body could not fit into the pit, it was cut into pieces and then thrown in.
The museum shows the house's original pit toilet, and a 1950s kitchen, with a washstand and jugs for collecting water.
They can easily be flushed down the toilet or thrown into a pit toilet.
resident--who was caught in 2005 hiding in a pit toilet on White Mountain National Forest property in New Hampshire is arrested after being spotted allegedly climbing out of a pit toilet at the White Mountain National Forest's Hastings Campground in Maine.
Claire's philosophy, gleaned from a pit toilet, is that "Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, wine in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming 'Woo-hoo, what a ride
Our pit toilet is on the edge of a forest devastated by fire over 40 years ago.
Tenders are invited for Construction of 1197 Twin pit Toilet at various Ward Jaora M P
Rather than having a pit toilet, where the pit slowly fills up and always smells to high-heaven, we opted for the "Stinkless" (or kitty litter) Toilet.
Tenders are invited for Construction of 1000 nos Twin Pit Toilet from ward no.
The free public-use area includes a camping site with one pit toilet and a couple of covered picnic tables.
Some ski trails are marked, but none are set with tracks or groomed; each site has a pit toilet but no water.