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continuous house

A house that is connected to several other ancillary facilities such as a barn, privy, shed, and/or stable; advantageous in areas having a harsh winter climate because this arrangement permits the residents to use these dependencies without going outdoors. Compare with telescope house.
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These are highly efficient, huge connected barns of up to 6 million caged birds pumping eggs onto conveyor belts to supply the "breaker" industry (liquid eggs used in everything from pancake mix to ice cream).
It's the way they live, even without the three connected barns from 1835 that used to distinguish their property.