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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"I think it's a scandal." The Highland Council had opposed both the Limekiln and Drum Hollistan developments prior to two public inquiries in February 2018; however, the seal of approval by DPEA for the Limekiln development was delivered by reporters last month - albeit with a reduction of the amenity from an initial 24 turbines to 21.
In addition to making lifelong friendships that started around a campfire, Thomas also recalls teaching his son how to canoe on Limekiln Lake.
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Highland Council initially refused planning permission for Limekiln but after a public local inquiry, developer Infinergy won its case at Scottish Government level.
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It has been home to industries for centuries, and there is evidence of ancient ports, salt pans, limekilns, mining and whisky production.