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Bricks

In auto sales, a house or other residence put up as collateral on a loan for an automobile.
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In the past, we always have bricks left at the factory to sell, but now .
The non-modernised brick kilns are posing threat to the environment as they are responsible for polluting the air quality to such an extent that is extremely unhealthy and dangerous for human body as it directly affects lungs.
Lay the outside course (layer) of bricks first then lay the bricks on the inside.
PESHAWAR -- The Minimum Wages Board Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Monday notified minimum wages for various catagories of workers employeed in brick kilns of the whole province.
Therefore, we would like to offer all of you who have a brick in the walkway the opportunity to come to Columbia to remove your brick and take it home or wherever else you might like to have it I will be taking mine to our backyard as part of a small brick edging.
The specific energy for bricks firing can be calculated by dividing energy used for firing (MJ) by mass of the brick (kg).
He said: "As the bricks found were firebricks this would imply that the ship would have been coal-fired.
I like the beauty of it and I like the history of it,'' said Clement, who estimated he drives about 15,000 miles a year looking for bricks along river banks, in old brickyards, at building demolition sites and anywhere else that comes to mind.
Their best brick-and-mortar beam, with each layer of bricks offset from the next, was six times as tough as a beam of solid aluminum oxide is.
A total of 19 1/2 bricks may be outlined with the magic marker.
Among the most enduring building products on the market today, bricks can either be made the traditional way, with natural clay and shale that are kiln dried, or they can be made from Portland cement, natural aggregates, and color pigments that are steam cured.