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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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brickworkbrick‧work /ˈbrɪkwɜːk $ -wɜːrk/ noun [uncountable]  1 TBCthe bricks that have been used to build something The brickwork was cracked and in need of repair.2 the work of building something with bricks
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brickworkThe Tudor chimney-stacks and beautiful brickwork are the vestiges of a much larger house - the ancient seat of the Willoughbys.The decorative brickwork attracted the most attention.Should I coat the brickwork and mortar to make them waterproof?We need someone to do the brickwork.Modern houses have their joists supported in metal brackets and do not enter the brickwork.Is the pointing of the brickwork in good condition?Much of the original building has gone, replaced by fine Tudor brickwork.There was brickwork and glass flying all over the place.
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