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  • n. A place where bricks are made.

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Examples

  • The tall smokestacks of cement plants and brickworks and power plants belch thick, black soot.

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  • There was an understanding murmur -- the brickworks was notorious for the fact that it could always be relied upon to fill any vacant bed in Men's Surgical at all times.

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  • Nearby was an abandoned brickworks, a place so desolate that director George Miller found it a perfect location for the movie "Mad Max Beyond the Thunderdome."

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  • Nearby was an abandoned brickworks, a place so desolate that director George Miller found it a perfect location for the movie "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome."

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  • There is a lot of information at the Heritage Centre about brickworks.

    Bricks

  • Then a few more heads appeared and we discovered we were camped by another brickworks and decided to check it out.

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  • In June, this year, many legally enslaved in brickworks were mentally disabled.

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  • It'd been a brickworks, and I'd moved here just in time to see them dynamite the old chimney, dropping it straight down into its own smoke.

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  • Friday I took the Auntie and the other boy home and went to brickworks with kel then we went and had lunch at maccas and went to west lakes just to walk around and waste time and whatever.

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  • So in his second mood, Khefti would be glum and angry, impatient for the rains to stop so that he could get to making those bricks, angry that four of his six apprentices were idle, counting up the cost in fuel and food with no income from the brickworks coming in.

    Joust

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