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(ˈbrɪkˌkɪl, -ˌkɪln)

a kiln or furnace in which bricks are baked or burned.
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Noun1.brickkiln - a kiln for making bricks
kiln - a furnace for firing or burning or drying such things as porcelain or bricks
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She ran the newsagents on the corner of Great Brickkiln Street and Ashland Street in the city centre with her son Paul for 48 years and remained living above the shop when she retired.
Work has started on a 77-home plot off Great Brickkiln Street in Wolverhampton, on the former Tower and Fort Works site, which had fallen into disrepair.
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Several 18-year-olds were killed that day from the West Midlands, including Private Charles Lankesheer, the son of Elizabeth, from Brickkiln Street in Brierley Hill.
The event was joined by women workers from formal and informal sectors including; home based workers, domestic workers, brickkiln workers, factory workers and lady health workers.
Mukhtar Masih said he was booked and arrested by the Manga Mandi police under antinarcotics law in 1994 for taking a bailiff to a brickkiln to recover the detained workers.
Following a hedge on our right, we pass through a gap and cross another stile to reach the roadway at Brickkiln Lane.
Mr T F Richards, the member for Wolverhampton West, delivered another address before his constituents last night, in the Great Brickkiln Street Schools, Wolverhampton.
Agricultural, brickkiln, and domestic workers often were kept virtually as slaves.
National housebuilder Linden Homes has opened the doors to its 77-home Brickkiln Place development, off Great Brickkiln Street in Wolverhampton.
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