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brickfield

(ˈbrɪkˌfiːld)
n
an area of ground where bricks are made
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Noun1.brickfield - a place where bricks are made and soldbrickfield - a place where bricks are made and sold
workshop, shop - small workplace where handcrafts or manufacturing are done
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After that, having acquired a taste for the water, I did a good deal of rafting in various suburban brickfields - an exercise providing more interest and excitement than might be imagined, especially when you are in the middle of the pond and the proprietor of the materials of which the raft is constructed suddenly appears on the bank, with a big stick in his hand.
She had gone on, she said in her note, to an aunt and uncle who had a brickfield near Horsham.
Instead, he reloaded his revolver very carefully, and then sat in the best room of the cottage by the derelict brickfield, looking anxious and perplexed, and listening to talk about Bill and his ways, and thinking, thinking.
Tenders are invited for Construction of RCC structure for Torana Gateway at Little India, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur, for High Commission of India, Kuala Lumpur.
Such is the daily reality for about seven months of the year for these migrant workers and their families who leave their impoverished, remote villages to live and work in the vast brickfields between India's monsoon seasons.
Kuala Lumpur, June 8 -- The High Commission of Sri Lanka in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for the first time, in coordination with the Brickfields Buddhist Maha Viharaya and Sri Lanka Buddhist Viharaya, Sentul organized an overnight Pirith Chanting ceremony and Heel Dana for twenty five Venerable members of the Maha Sanga invited from Sri Lanka and representing Buddhist Temples in Kuala Lumpur at the Chancery premises on Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th May.
Prabakar's suit filed on September 21, 2011 named three sergeants, Mohd Shafiee Abdul Halim, Mohd Diah Sulaiman, Zulkiplly Taib, two corporals Abdullah Musa and Zamrin Zaid, three lance corporals Matila, Nizam Abd Wahab and Brickfields district police chief Asst Comm Wan Abdul Bari, and lastly the Government.
Though wonderfully entangled in the early history of Kuala Lumpur and heterogenic in both its population and present institutions, Brickfields is most notably an Indian--Hindu community area which, at the time of Baxstrom's research in 2000-02, was being 'improved' to make the neighbourhood 'safer, more orderly, more closely integrated with the rest of Kuala Lumpur'--and, more than coincidentally, to facilitate the development of two 'megaprojects' smashing through the area.
Kuala Lumpur, July 21 (ANI): The Malaysian tourism ministry has come up with new plans to draw more tourists to the iconic Little India located in Brickfields, that includes showcasing its own unique culture to the international tourism sector.
A trip to Brickfields on the opening day was always going to provide playercoach Russell Earnshaw with a test.
of Edinburgh) offers plenty of personal experience in the Brickfields neighborhood of Kuala Lumpur, working from a broad array of interviews and primary sources, to explain why forces of reform in the largely Muslim government of Malaysia tried urban renewal without asking residents what they needed or wanted.
The Forestry Commission has already poured 11,000 tonnes of earth on to the Brickfields site, in St Helens, which will soon be planted with mature trees.