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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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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.
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.
Shaun Tinsley led the way with a 10-minute hat-trick with Andy Watkin, Aled Bellis, Aaron Williams, Adam Eden and Marcus Roberts also on target for sixth-placed Buckley, who remain 12 points adrift of top spot albeit with four games in hand on leaders Brickfield Rangers.
The walkway at Iris Brickfield park, in Heaton, was restored last year at a cost of PS8,000 after yobs torched it in September 2013.
FAW Women's Cup: Brickfield Rangers 2 Llanfair 3 (Sarah Ellis, Cat Roberts, Mary Griffiths).
The farm's harvest is currently donated to local nonprofits, churches and food banks, Brickfield said.
Brickfield Rangers had four men sent off as they were beaten 2-1 at home to Llanrhaeadr after extra-time.
BRICKFIELD RANGERS had four men sent off as they crashed out of the Welsh Cup, beaten 2-1 at home to Llanrhaeadr after extra-time in a second round North section tie that ended in farcical scenes.
Grass roots initiatives like the brickfield schools and the Barefoot Teacher Training program described in this article, led by non-governmental organizations in eastern India, highlight the slow but steady strides taken toward universalizing primary education--a key development goal for the new millennium.
FAW YOUTH CUP QUALIFYING ROUND NORTH: Brymbo v Brickfield Rangers, Conwy Borough v Llandyrnog, Llanfair Utd v Denbigh Town.
Allan (right), 42, has taken out a licence to train from the Side Yard at Brickfield Stud in Newmarket and on Tuesday her second runner Royal City finished ninth in a bumper at Huntingdon.