bricken

bricken

(ˈbrɪkən)
adj
made of bricks
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ABS has also been appointed managing and leasing agent for two buildings at 225 West 37th Street and 230 West 38th Street, which together are commonly known as the Bricken Arcade.
Michael Thornton, from Aille Bhui, Rosmuc, Connemara, pleaded guilty yesterday to committing arson to brother Bricken Thornton's house on November 26, 2001.
This makes it difficult to develop long-lasting relationships with subscribers and work to continually increase ARPU and reduce churn," Bricken said.
Presenters included leading fashion designers Donna Karan, Mary McFadden, Nicole Miller, Cynthia Rowley, Barry Bricken and Byron Lars.
We wanted to find out how kids respond to this technology," says Meredith Bricken, director of the education program at the Human Interface Technology (HIT) Laboratory at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Inwood Village features local shops and national retailers including Aaron Brothers, Barry Bricken, Bookstop, Cantina Laredo, Chicos, Eckerds, Gap, Gap Kids and Starbucks.
in its seven-year lease of the 16th floor at the Bricken Arcade Building, 225 West 37th Street.
Built in 1923, the Bricken Arcade building houses 160,000 s/f on 17 floors and offers a classical style and unique feel.
TWT's founder, Jon Bricken, has assumed the position of Vice President of Univec, and will be responsible for sales of the Demolizer in U.
NOTE TO EDITORS: For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Knox Bricken, kbricken@yankeegroup.
com is enabling its partners to remove the mystery of the wireless Internet, helping make m-commerce a reality for consumers," said Knox Bricken, industry analyst, Yankee Group.