lime kiln


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lime kiln

[′līm ‚kil]
(chemical engineering)
Furnace-type apparatus, usually a long, tilted cylinder that is slowly rotated, used to heat calcium carbonate, CaCO3, above 900°C to produce lime.
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The new lime kiln is expected to be operational by the end of 2011.
But Andrew Farrow, head of planning at the council has denied that the preservation of Llanfynydd Lime Kilns falls within the council''s remit.
For Haf, u[pounds sterling] Lime Kiln Cottage is on the market at offers over pounds 360,000.
Baldwin, from Lime Kiln Road, Pontnewynydd, Pontypool, said he would discipline Jenna by shouting at her but she would swear and answer back.
Allan Matthews had been living alone in his self-built wooden 'stockade' called The Cabin in Lime Kiln Wood in Telford, Shropshire, for about 25 years.
Planning and construction supervision of civil engineering works for the production of drainage, water supply and road systems (internal and external systems) for the development of the construction area Am lime kiln in the town of Karben, district Gro-Karben.
The building is within the boundary of an old Lime Kiln in Upper Teesdale.
The other seven city pubs which are to reduce their prices are Thomas Frost, in Walton Road; The Welkin, in Whitechapel; The Richard John Blackler, in Great Charlotte Street; The Picturedrome, in Kensington; The Lime Kiln, in Fleet Street; The Fall Well, in St John's Way; and The Navigator, in Queen's Drive, Stoneycroft.
We hope to create a small lime kiln where children can feed in rock and see how it breaks down.
Baldwin, of Lime Kiln Road, Pontnewynydd, Pontypool, denies murdering Jenna between September 3 and September 11 last year.