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English-Spanish architecture and construction dictionary. 2013.

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  • brick — [brik] n. [ME brike < MDu < breken, BREAK (in sense “piece of baked clay”) & MFr brique < OFr, of same orig.] 1. a substance made from clay molded into oblong blocks and fired in a kiln or baked in the sun, used in building, paving, etc …   English World dictionary

  • Brick Road — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Brick Road (れんが路, llamado en español: Sendero Ladrillo) es un personaje de ficción en el videojuego de 1995 EarthBound. Es un auto proclamado maestro del calabozo . Cerca de Winters, crea una cueva como laberinto a… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Building the Virginian Railway — began as a project to create an convert|80|mi|km|sing=on long short line railroad to provide access for shipping of untapped bituminous coal reserves in southern West Virginia early in the 20th century. After facing a refusal of the big railroads …   Wikipedia

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