Examples of masonry in a Sentence
a structure built of masonry
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Instead, as the temple lurched back and forth at four minutes to noon, the immense weight of its masonry sheared off weaker joints and knocked out its base columns.
Other items on Tuesday's Board of Estimates agenda is a $464,500 item for work on the historic Circuit Courthouse on Main Street in Bel Air that includes masonry and historic window repairs/replacement.
Gone is the Jewish quarter, the markets with their monasteries, and the lattice balconies and sculptured masonry of another Sunni silk road city.
There's also the fact that, according to Dwell, interior sections, or wythes, were generally made with lower quality materials than exteriors, and they were often laid by beginners learning the art of masonry.
Decks and siding: Use fire- and heat-resistant materials such as cement, plaster, stucco, masonry (including stone bricks or blocks) and fiber-cement products.
Luckett, 69, started out as a laborer in a masonry company after completing his military service in 1971.
The moment the Iraqi troops’ bulldozers began to breach ersatz barricades made of masonry and crumpled cars, the rat-tat-tat of heavy machine guns broke through the stillness of the morning Sunday, peppering the incoming troops with bullets.
Fuel3D indicates that the SCANIFY is best for scanning the human form, fabrics, stone and masonry, wood carvings, stone sculptures, and plants or trees.
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First Known Use of masonry
MASONRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of masonry for English Language Learners
: the stone, brick, or concrete used to build things
: work done using stone, brick, or concrete : work done by a mason
MASONRY Defined for Kids
Definition of masonry for Students
1 : something built of stone or brick
2 : the work done using stone or brick
3 : the art, trade, or occupation of a mason
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