bricks and mortar


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bricks and mortar

A popular expression for a physical location, as opposed to intangible assets or even cyberspace.

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organization "was set up with similar terms of reference but decided that bricks and mortar were the responsibility of the (individual) church.
Andre] Malraux, a novelist, philosopher, poet and French culture czar, foresaw a place, independent of bricks and mortar, where ordinary people could access great works of art.
Bricks and mortar complement what doctors have to do and make their work easier to accomplish.
He is an insightful visionary who will assist us in bringing the online channel to the bricks and mortar grocery business.
MyWebGrocer will integrate the OneClip platform into its current program, which enables bricks and mortar local grocers to offer consumers the convenience of shopping for private label and national brands online.
Kirabo is the first and only retailer of high-end jewelry and diamonds to display its selection inside a virtual store that mirrors the architectural structure and design of a contemporary bricks and mortar store.
These solutions facilitate the transformation of traditional bricks and mortar organizations into clicks and mortar organizations.