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- n. A maker of bricks.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One whose occupation is to make bricks.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who makes bricks, or whose occupation is to make bricks.
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There are three ways to make bricks, explains Gary Clark, a sales manager for brickmaker Glen-Gery Corp., headquartered in Wyomissing, Pa.
Glen-Gery, a brickmaker since 1890, has 10 plants across the country.
We would want to go to the brickmaker, tilemaker and furniture carvers.
When they resolved the situation behind this property with cash it was years ago and there was someplace relatively close for the the brickmaker to retreat to - I think it'd cost a lot of money today.
Kuralt, who died of heart failure on July 4 at the age of 62, could always find the stories about the hogs - or the singing mailmen or the 93-year-old brickmaker.
I found a few down in the foundation of our house from the late 1800s, and then used some others I found locally, like the Arrow Bricks (from the long-defunct brickmaker in the Hudson Valley).
While he is thus employed, he says, after laughing at his establishing a surgery in the street, “And so your husband is a brickmaker?”
If you would like to see how I go through my work, I am now about — with my young family — to visit a brickmaker in the neighbourhood (a very bad character) and shall be glad to take you with me.
“My prudent Mother Hubbard, why not?” he said to me when he wanted, without the least consideration, to bestow five pounds on the brickmaker.
Taking one of her young family in each hand, and telling the others to follow closely, and expressing her hope that the brickmaker and all his house would be improved when she saw them next, she then proceeded to another cottage.