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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkilnkiln /kɪln/ noun [countable]  TIMa special oven for baking clay pots, bricks etc
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kilnAnd now I could feel my face getting hot, like I was working around a kiln.The 300 or so brick kilns of Juarez are just part of the problem.Come and see the hop kiln, Mike said.In a pit kiln the fuel is placed below and above the pottery and not clearly separated as in updraft kilns.It then passes through the kiln chamber holding the pottery and is vented through an exterior chimney.Another shape of updraft kiln is square in plan.
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