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  • verb Present participle of rebrick.

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Examples

  • Though there is still work to be done near the Omni, city spokesman Ric Barrick said the rebricking there should be done by early next week.

    News for Charlottesville Daily Progress

  • The rebricking work, which began Sunday, is to be conducted six days a week until finished.

    News for Richmond Times-Dispatch

  • Simon was referring to last year's Third Street rebricking that went on nearly six months longer than planned - the original design plans for the three-month project needed to be changed after pavement had been torn up.

    News for Charlottesville Daily Progress

  • Much of the disbelief stemmed from the Third Street rebricking, when original design plans for the three-month project needed to be changed after pavement had been torn up, making the project last nearly six months longer than intended.

    News for Charlottesville Daily Progress

  • Charlottesville officials say the Downtown Mall restoration project is more than halfway done, with rebricking for four of the project's seven blocks now completed.

    News for Charlottesville Daily Progress

  • Simon was referring to last year's Third Street rebricking that went on nearly six months longer than planned - the original design plans for the three-month project needed to be changed after pavement had been torn up.

    News for Charlottesville Daily Progress

  • Simon was referring to last year's Third Street rebricking that went on nearly six months longer than planned - the original design plans for the three-month project needed to be changed after pavement had been torn up.

    News for Charlottesville Daily Progress

  • Simon was referring to last year's Third Street rebricking that went on nearly six months longer than planned - the original design plans for the three-month project needed to be changed after pavement had been torn up.

    News for Charlottesville Daily Progress

  • Biggest brick-laying project: The $7.5 million rebricking of the Downtown Mall begins in earnest January 5.

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  • Restaurants 'outdoor cafes, a popular amenity for the mall's visitors during the warmer months, will not be able to set up in the spring until the four-month mall rebricking and restoration is complete.

    News for Charlottesville Daily Progress

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