Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of brickyard.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I was able, always, to hear the morning and evening trains arrive and depart, and I used to set my watch by the whistle at the brickyards. 5

    Chapter 18: The Shadow of Sonoma

  • With no means to pay such debts, prisoners were sold into coal mines, lumber camps, brickyards, railroad construction crews and plantations.

    A Different Kind of Slavery

  • He put his eyes back to the pages and did not raise them until much of the arid steppe land was behind him, and the train, having clattered its way through a long tunnel, passed into a district of smoking kilns and ramshackle brickyards.

    Heaven Lake

  • He put his eyes back to the pages and did not raise them until much of the arid steppe land was behind him, and the train, having clattered its way through a long tunnel, passed into a district of smoking kilns and ramshackle brickyards.

    Heaven Lake

  • He put his eyes back to the pages and did not raise them until much of the arid steppe land was behind him, and the train, having clattered its way through a long tunnel, passed into a district of smoking kilns and ramshackle brickyards.

    Heaven Lake

  • He put his eyes back to the pages and did not raise them until much of the arid steppe land was behind him, and the train, having clattered its way through a long tunnel, passed into a district of smoking kilns and ramshackle brickyards.

    Heaven Lake

  • He put his eyes back to the pages and did not raise them until much of the arid steppe land was behind him, and the train, having clattered its way through a long tunnel, passed into a district of smoking kilns and ramshackle brickyards.

    Heaven Lake

  • He put his eyes back to the pages and did not raise them until much of the arid steppe land was behind him, and the train, having clattered its way through a long tunnel, passed into a district of smoking kilns and ramshackle brickyards.

    Heaven Lake

  • It focused on various forms of child labour, including prostitution, and minors working in brickyards, on farms and at taxi ranks.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Business would be great for the brickyards tomorrow.

    Petty Pewter Gods

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