mansonry

mansonry

(ˈmænsənrɪ)
n
mansions or dwelling places collectively
References in periodicals archive ?
Holberg, A.M., 2000."FRP/ Steel Strengthening of Forced concrete Mansonry Shear Wall", univ of Wyoming.
Smart Prime seals porous surfaces like cured plaster, concrete, stucco and mansonry and binds chalky siding and time.
PAINT IT WHITE: Perk up your property with a coat of Sandtex Mansonry Paint and stay cool when the temperatures soar this summer
Tuning firm Le Mansonry have taken the normally genteel Continental hardtop and come up with a study in ostentation that will have W.O.
He can land it again with impressive Naas scorer Mansonry.
Renzo Piano Building Workshop was given the task of transforming the old building, a fine example of the nineteenth-century metal and mansonry functional tradition, into a new municipal concert hall.