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breeze block

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(Building) a light building brick made from the ashes of coal, coke, etc, bonded together by cement and used esp for walls that bear relatively small loads. Usual US names: cinder block or clinker block

breeze block

cinder block
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Noun1.breeze block - a light concrete building block made with cinder aggregatebreeze block - a light concrete building block made with cinder aggregate; "cinder blocks are called breeze blocks in Britain"
building block - a block of material used in construction work
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I'd recycled some old breeze blocks in a rustic sort of way.
It was after the original maze structure had been built out of breeze blocks that an inspection found it would be unsuitable for young people.
The diva was snapped stumbling on the stairs of her boyfriend's yacht, thanks to platform wedges the size of breeze blocks.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that McCarten, 43, kept lookout while Comish, 47, cut through concrete breeze blocks.
Supporters helped to clear the breeze blocks from the pitch and were thanked by referee Nick Pratt before the resumption of the game.
For lot 1 materials structural work - cements, coatings, plasters, lime, glues masonry, breeze blocks, bricks, tiles cellular concrete, gypsum plasters, scrap masonry wall rails or ceiling suspended all brands ceilings, fences various, various insulations, visiting buffers, etc.
QWE have UPVC cladding on our exposed gable end that we want to cover or remove - we think there are breeze blocks beneath.
Create an inexpensive water feature using painted breeze blocks, pond liner and a water pump.
The eye-catching and colourful curtain will cover the steel girders, breeze blocks and seating of the 80,000 seater Stadium.
And a load of timber and breeze blocks was dumped from a van into a primary school entrance in Croydon.
Lee O'Reilly targeted Autocare in North Shields in the dead of night, smashing through breeze blocks and stealing a pounds 3,700 diagnostic machine.
We've three CDs of Bob the Builder's latest album Never Mind the Breeze Blocks up for grabs.