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- n. Plural form of fire brick.
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Sarong-clad peasants fire bricks in newly made kilns alongside their coconut groves and paddy fields.
Here were three forges, built of stone work brought from Kertch, of fire bricks taken from various of our own steam ships, a pair of bellows from somewhere on the coast of the Sea of Azof, and the anvils from the ships in harbour, or else supplied from England.