Brickwork

Brickwork is masonry produced by a bricklayer, using bricks and mortar. Typically, rows of bricks — called courses — are laid on top of one another to build up a structure such as a brick wall. Brick is a popular medium for constructing buildings, and examples of brickwork are found right back through history as far as the Bronze Age. The fire...
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brickwork

(from the article `art and architecture, Mesopotamian`) ...dependent on scarce imported material or compelled to use such substitutes as terra-cotta (baked clay). Architecture also was profoundly affected, ... ...Marduk. Where the street passed through the inner-city wall, the facades of the famous Ishtar Gate (Pergamon Museum, Berlin) ...
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brickwork

[n] - masonry done with bricks and mortar
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Brickwork

• (n.) Anything made of bricks. • (n.) The act of building with or laying bricks.
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brickwork

noun masonry done with bricks and mortar
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Brickwork

Brick'work` noun 1. Anything made of bricks. « Niches in brickwork form the most difficult part of the bricklayer's art. Tomlinson. » 2. The act of building with or laying bricks.
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Brickwork

masonry set by a bricklayer, using bricks and mortar to build up brick structures such as walls.
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brickwork

Method of construction using bricks made of fired clay or sun-dried earth (see adobe). In wall building, bricks are either laid out as stretchers (long side...
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Brickwork

Walls and other structures made from bricks.;
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