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Definition of Bricky

Bricky
Bricky Brick"y, a. Full of bricks; formed of bricks; resembling bricks or brick dust. [R.] --Spenser.

Meaning of Bricky from wikipedia

- A bricklayer, which is related to but different from a mason, is a craftsman who lays bricks to construct brickwork. The terms also refer to personnel...
- and we had a marvellous time. Of course, everyone who was anyone knew Bricky. And they got to know Miss Baker as well." In Paris, she became an instant...
- film of the same name in 1946 starring Susan Hayward. The story follows "Bricky", a hardened ten-cents-a-dance-girl who is disillusioned with life in New...
- after Wright departed, the mare was found by Gunn and a neighbour, William (Bricky) Williamson. Kelly then took the mare to Wangaratta, where he sta**** for...
- either a splitty (split windscreen) a bay (bay framed windscreen) or a bricky ("brick" shaped van). Although less po****r, Mercedes also manufactured...
- the press. Peterborough & Fletton United were also commonly called "the brickies" in reference to the large brick industry in Peterborough, however the...
- aired in 2002, with audience figures of 13 million. Another series saw the brickies holed up in Havana, and the final two-hour instalment, set in Laos, broadcast...
- Retrieved 18 May 2018. "Eisa does it for Leatherhead to dismantle the Brickies". The Argus. 24 March 2014. Retrieved 18 May 2018. "Mohamed Eisa departs"...
- Counties League One Sittingbourne Isthmian League Division One South East 8 Brickies Skegness Town Northern Counties East League Division One 10 Lilywhites...
- league and it is unclear where they pla**** next. After World War II the Brickies rejoined the Kent League once again, where they were champions in 1957–58...
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