The word brick is a noun. Brick means (1) rectangular block of clay baked by the sun or in a kiln; used as a building or paving material, (2) a good fellow; helpful and trustworthy.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word brick.
Browse this brick dealer directory for information about brick dealers in the United States of America. The photograph on this page depicts a pile of bricks, sand, and a trowel.
Check out this bricklayer guide and directory to learn about bricklayers in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a bricklayer laying brick, building a brick wall.
This online advertising guide for the retailing industry compares online shopping versus brick-and-mortar retailing, with links to selected consumer goods websites.
Visit this chimneys and supplies retailer directory for information about chimney and chimney supplies retailers in the United States. The photo on this web page depicts a red brick chimney with four flues.
Auto parts stores provide vehicle owners with just about every imaginable part for their car, truck, SUV, or motorcycle. Many parts stores are online as well as brick and mortar.
A patio or sunroom can add outdoor living space and charm to your home. Patios are commonly made of brick, stone, poured concrete, or pavers. Visit this site to find helpful patio ideas and supplier links.
This is the official site of Lego, the popular building toy company that began in 1932 in Denmark. The Lego brick in its traditional interlocking form was launched in 1958. Today Legos are sold worldwide in thousands of different kinds of kits. There are also Legoland Theme Parks in four countries, including one in Carlsbad, California. Lego.com describes and sells products online.
The following articles provide recent brick-related news.
A handyman who was involved in an argument with tenants intentionally caused an explosion that leveled a brick row house in Denver, injuring nine people, including himself, authorities said.
Fox News. Tuesday, 12 Feb 2019 03:12:34 GMT.
Office interactions provide real value. But like many sales business owners, I am less and less convinced that my enormous brick and mortar outlays create an appropriate return when the spaces are so often half empty.
By Frederick Peters, Contributor. Forbes. Wednesday, 30 Jan 2019 13:31:00 -0500.
The following pages provide more extensive brick news.