Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of brick.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of brick.

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Examples

  • I think in every business, the most important thing you can do is emulate the actions that people do in what I call the bricks and mortar world and how people investigate and how people look at information.

    Internet Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • I think in every business, the most important thing you can do is emulate the actions that people do in what I call the bricks and mortar world and how people investigate and how people look at information.

    Internet Sector and Stocks Analysis from Seeking Alpha

  • Compressive strength is what concrete offers and the property sought in bricks or blocks.

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Compressive strength is what concrete offers and the property sought in bricks or blocks.

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Compressive strength is what concrete offers and the property sought in bricks or blocks.

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Compressive strength is what concrete offers and the property sought in bricks or blocks.

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Cause I can get the plain bricks of Ramen 7/$1 regular price.

    And only 58 cents.

  • Compressive strength is what concrete offers and the property sought in bricks or blocks.

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Even when we cannot raise a building in bricks and mortar, the soul of a building may yet inspire a little tribe of intellectual children.

    Matthew Alderman in Dappled Things

  • Compressive strength is what concrete offers and the property sought in bricks or blocks.

    Cinder block vs brick

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  • (n.) a long period of time

    "I haven't been there in bricks."

    September 17, 2017