- the act or occupation of laying bricks in construction.
Origin of bricklaying
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Examples from the Web for bricklaying
We think of it like bricklaying, farming, or any other seemingly menial skill.Obama's Internet Misfire
May 29, 2009
The rudiments of bricklaying, painting, and paper-hanging are also taught.Alaska
Certainly I could do the carpentry myself; on a pinch I could do the bricklaying too.Missing Friends
For instance, take a man with a regular trade, say bricklaying or carpentering.The Social Work of the Salvation Army
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We can hardly expect a lad of fourteen who is good enough to floor the London matriculation taking to bricklaying?
Bricklaying consists in placing one brick upon another in mortar, chiefly in the construction of walls, chimneys, and ovens.Popular Technology; Volume 2
- the technique or practice of laying bricks
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