breeze-block


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breeze-block

[ˈbriːzblɒk] N (Brit) → bovedilla f
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Also single garage, large breeze-block outbuilding with power and light.
Construction workers had been building a breeze-block structure in the children's playground at Greenhead Park.
Having been thrown out - again - for talking, I stood indignantly, one hand in my pocket, the other leaning against the freshly painted white breeze-block wall.
At a breeze-block sized 875 pages, it'll cost a tenner in excess luggage, but it's a great read and it will keep you entertained for a fortnight.
A GIRL of four died after a breeze-block wall her dad was knocking down fell on top of her.
Meg Burgess was killed when a breeze-block wall fell on top of her as she walked home from shops in Meliden, Denbighshire, with her
The murderer beat her to a pulp with a heavy breeze-block, leaving the print of his Doc Marten on her neck.
Forklifts, cement mixers, inert with crumbling mortar and half bricks in their teeth, Fastened up houses, dark, sleepers strewn in tangled sheets, morning beckoning, Orange brick buildings in partial form, their innards hanging, metal prongs, arterial pipes and cables hanging limp, ducts, tubes, cavities, joists, Gardens where nothing will grow, bricks, old concrete, clay and shale, fit only for weeds, Curtains in new-now opening, yawns and stretching looking on to towers of bricks, breeze-block, and red dust,
But the Fly can assure the breeze-block brigade that the only constructions Erskine-Crum has in mind when he leaves in January will be sand castles.
One of the vans knocked into a breeze-block wall, after the thieves had removed large boulders in front, and that was left at the scene.