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Flue

Flue. An enclosed passageway or duct, especially in a chimney, for conveying gases and smoke to the outside atmosphere; also, radiators (q.v.) or tubes, arranged in banks within the baking chamber (q.v.), through which hot gases generated in the fire box (q.v.) of indirect-fired ovens (q.v.) are circulated to provide the necessary baking heat.