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  • (noun) - A peculiarly shaped kiln belonging to the Customs, and situated near the London docks, in which are collected contraband goods, as tobacco, cigars, tea, &c. which have been smuggled, till a sufficient quantity has been accumulated, when the whole is set fire to and consumed. --Robert Hunter's Encyclopædic Dictionary, 1894

    February 4, 2018