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  • n  (nautical) chamber or compartment in which the furnaces of a ship are stoked or fired

  • He, now 74, was then Thomas Johnstone Lipton, aged 17, who shipped as a stowaway, paying for his passage, after discovery, by shoveling in the stokehole.
  • He will not properly serve the captain of the ship or its passengers, the public, if he resents the call of the Director of the Budget from the stokehole, put there by the .
  • When a crazy fireman knocks open a steam valve in the stokehole where he works, McLaglen gets hurt rescuing Claire Windsor who has come down there with a party of passengers .

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