block–in–course bond

noun

Definition of block–in–course bond

  1. :  a bond used in brick arches in which the arch is divided into sections similar in shape to the voussoirs of stone arches with the brick in each section laid with any desired bond but with the radial joints between sections continuous from intrados to extrados

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