It was a lonely, old-fashioned red-brick building, surrounded by high walls, with a garden and plantation behind it.
She looked away confusedly; her eye lighted on a corner of her father's red-brick house, peeping through a gap in the plantation already mentioned; and her blushing cheeks lost their color instantly.
She sighed bitterly, and turned again toward the red-brick house.
Against these far stretches of country rose, in front of the other city edifices, a large red-brick
building, with level gray roofs, and rows of short barred windows bespeaking captivity, the whole contrasting greatly by its formalism with the quaint irregularities of the Gothic erections.
Between the crowded houses of Gravesend and the monstrous red-brick
pile on the Essex shore the ship is surrendered fairly to the grasp of the river.
His father was a carpenter, and they dwelt in a little old red-brick
house, neat and clean, by the side of a sluggish canal.
Mrs Varden having cut in, looked at a box upon the mantelshelf, painted in imitation of a very red-brick dwelling-house, with a yellow roof; having at top a real chimney, down which voluntary subscribers dropped their silver, gold, or pence, into the parlour; and on the door the counterfeit presentment of a brass plate, whereon was legibly inscribed 'Protestant Association:'--and looking at it, said, that it was to her a source of poignant misery to think that Varden never had, of all his substance, dropped anything into that temple, save once in secret--as she afterwards discovered--two fragments of tobacco-pipe, which she hoped would not be put down to his last account.
As she never failed to keep her self-denial full in Mrs Varden's view, it drew forth so many gifts of caps and gowns and other articles of dress, that upon the whole the red-brick house was perhaps the best investment for her small capital she could possibly have hit upon; returning her interest, at the rate of seven or eight per cent in money, and fifty at least in personal repute and credit.
St Luke's, the red-brick
North Dublin office, was where the ex Taoiseach, 63, and the "Drumcondra Mafia" pulled the strings behind his often turbulent political career.
The rear of the Y-shaped residence horseshoes around a red-brick
courtyard with tree-shaded dining terrace and lap swimming pool.
The development brings together old and new with reclaimed stone and bricks from the original barns blended within the newbuild red-brick
Preservation Aviation bought and sold aircraft gauges and other parts from World War II-era aircraft, which were stored in the red-brick