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  1. ovens

    Are always provided in garrisons, so that the troops may bake their own bread. A large saving of flour is thus made, which is the most considerable element of the post fund. A brick oven large enough to bake 500 rations can be constructed in less than twenty-four hours. The cylindrical form is greatly to be preferred, as it is more easily made and requires less material than the ordinary forms. The want of brick for the arch and fireplace of ovens may be supplied in the field by two gabions of semicircular or semi-elliptical form. They are placed one above the other on the flat side, and form a cradle. The interior and exterior is plastered with clay, which must penetrate the interstices of the basket-work. The front and back parts are shut in the same manner, or with sods. The cradle is then covered with earth to retain the heat; and in order that the superincumbent weight may not cause it to give way, withes are attached to the top of the basket-work, passed vertically through the embankment, and then fastened to the longitudinal beam of a wooden horse straddled against the exterior curve. Ovens may also be made of wood or earth. To construct rapidly an earthen oven, dig a slope with a step, and on its prolongation dig the length of the oven in a trench separated from the step by a mass of earth, to be pierced later as the mouth of the oven. Then dig laterally portions of an elliptical arch so as to make the arch a given breadth. This work finished, pierce the mouth, and cover the trench with from three to five sods as arch stones, leaving a chimney-place at the bottom. Ovens for from 100 to 250 rations may be thus made. In some European armies they have very convenient portable ovens.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of ovens in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of ovens in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

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  1. Ali Rabeiy:

    Crude oil, if burned in an incorrect way, the way we burn it, of course has emissions. The new ovens which we are upgrading to will reduce these emissions by 60 percent, but that should not be the ceiling of our ambitions.

  2. Uwe Becker:

    Richard Grenell has a strong and convincing background in foreign policy with Richard Grenell long term experience at the United Nations and in other positions, not having a serving American ambassador under the American flag besides the Brandenburg Gate is not a good symbol for the deep friendship that we have with the United States. Carsten Ovens, a Christian Democratic Union politician in the German city-state of Hamburg, told Fox News it is regrettable the appointed U.S. Ambassador Richard Grenell can not start Carsten Ovens service.

  3. Lauren Reynolds:

    No surprise that outdoor spaces where friends can gather is a major home-buying trend, especially as COVID has continued to linger, everyone is looking for a house with a pool; however, in addition to that, there has been an increased desire for outdoor cooking spaces. Pizza ovens, outdoor bars, and state-of-the-art grills are now a hot commodity.

  4. Jeff Dwyer:

    That's one of the potentials of this protocol, there are ovens like this in many different places around the country, around the state of Michigan, and in fact around the world.

  5. Dong Yong-sueng:

    Samsung could not make even microwave ovens there. Why? The technology used in microwaves is the basis of missile guidance systems.

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