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brickwork


  • n  masonry done with bricks and mortar

  • A band of open brickwork along the exterior brings dappled light inside.
  • Earth packed between the brickwork and the walls saved the decorations.
  • Yet seen at close range, the paint is still translucent enough to disclose the lines where successive stages of new brickwork were added over the years, sedimentary layers of .
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  • Martha Stewart in Televisionpoint.com
    Our new home improvement series will inspire and inform, while mentoring and teaching valuable life skills, from repairing brickwork, laying flooring, painting rooms and installing a functional and lovely kitchen,Stewart said in a statement.
  • Diederick Santer in guardian.co.uk
    There's a lot of carpentry and brickwork to be done before we go to high-def because if we did it now it would look ridiculous,says Diederick Santer, executive producer of EastEnders. "A lot of our set works fine on standard tape but it's...
  • Claire Curtis-Thomas in icSeftonandWestLancs
    In a letter to the fees office, which decides whether to reimburse MPs, Mrs Curtis-Thomas explained: "This was necessary because the internal brickwork of the chimney had started to collapse, which required the removal of a fireplace to allow the...

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