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  • noun Common misspelling of masonry.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This was a guy, his family and extended family, that were moving into a masonary building to ride it out.

    The Holdouts

  • Home Depot has some nice standard windows, & it is always possible to do some opening adjustments with hammer & masonary chisel & then repair the damage when the door or window is installed.

    pvc windows

  • However, Mexicans have been building with masonary since times of the Mayas.

    Sustainable building?

  • Mexico is an industrialized country, people here are used to masonary.

    Sustainable building?

  • Mexico is an industrialized country, people here are used to masonary.

    Sustainable building?

  • Home Depot has some nice standard windows, & it is always possible to do some opening adjustments with hammer & masonary chisel & then repair the damage when the door or window is installed.

    pvc windows

  • I believe that is is possible to build a foundation with low tensile strength (no steel) masonary materials because a foundation is subject mostly to compressive forces with few tensile forces unless you are building in an earthquake prone area.

    construction costs

  • However, Mexicans have been building with masonary since times of the Mayas.

    Sustainable building?

  • I believe that is is possible to build a foundation with low tensile strength (no steel) masonary materials because a foundation is subject mostly to compressive forces with few tensile forces unless you are building in an earthquake prone area.

    construction costs

  • Home Depot has some nice standard windows, & it is always possible to do some opening adjustments with hammer & masonary chisel & then repair the damage when the door or window is installed.

    pvc windows

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