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  • n. A bricklayer.

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Examples

  • They're all in it together, since none of them can get a proper job, such as brickie or plumber, or CADCAM designer/builder of turbines, for example.

    One Big Happy Family

  • As it happens I am something of a 'brickie' myself, having once built an entire cattle shed with my own hands.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • KK is a Brit so she works like a brickie, swears like a soldier and takes a drip feed like a dream.

    George Lucas' Episode Zero Set Diary

  • Since this incident I have had conversations with people from various walks of life about this incident, including teachers, pilots, miliatary, plumbers, a brickie and others.

    Police Officer Seriously Injured « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Not one. on April 12, 2009 at 11: 11 am | Reply bob (original Bob) “Since this incident I have had conversations with people from various walks of life about this incident, including teachers, pilots, miliatary, plumbers, a brickie and others.”

    Police Officer Seriously Injured « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • But a medieval historian now thinks one of young royals survived - to become a brickie who lived to the ripe old age of 77.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • They, really are better off in their own "reality", which, as chav brickie attests, is down the pub, probably watching Big Brother.

    Top Ten Ways to Lose Votes: Instalment No 94

  • My brickie made no remark, nor did the plumber or electricians.

    Archive 2003-10-19

  • If, Marlene mused, Marlene had been an Irish brickie who had hit the lottery, would that Ms. Lipopo have had a beer gut and a skein of dirty jokes?

    Enemy Within

  • "She's something else," John said, and I thought again of the Empress, serving butter brickie ice cream.

    The Empress File

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