breeze block


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breeze block

A concrete masonry unit using pan breeze as aggregate.
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Supporters helped to clear the breeze blocks from the pitch and were thanked by referee Nick Pratt before the resumption of the game.
Breeze Block was written by the awardwinning creator of Rab C Nesbitt, Ian Pattison, and is set on a rundown council estate on Tyneside.
The new station may be a far cry from the glory of what we once had, but it is a vast improvement on the 1981 breeze block shelter.
Can you imagine that in a breeze block council estate in the suburbs of London.
These include the Fatmax Fubar, which is designed for prying, splitting, board bending and striking jobs; the new range of Fatmax saws, which includes three application-specific saws for cutting materials such as plasterboard, breeze block and flooring; the Fatmax Organiser, which has an A-frame design, meaning tools are stored in an upright position so you don't have to rummage around for them; and the Fatmax Pliers, which are forged from chromehardened steel and are fully tempered for added strength.
The 10ft breeze block wall blocks their the view from their front doors in Bond Isle Way, Stanhope, County Durham ( because of an act of Parliament passed in Victorian times.
It was just an old-fashioned breeze block bus stop but it has been absolutely transformed.
He was hit on the head by a breeze block hurled through the passenger window of his vehicle.
Someone's car window was smashed and when I went out later there was blood and bits of breeze block all over the street.
A SPANISH journalism graduate who dropped a breeze block on a policewoman's head was jailed for four years yesterday.
Before the fire, the side windows were blocked off with breeze block.
Yesterday, the only sign of the tragedy at the detached house, on the A61 on the northern edge of Sheffield, was a damaged 8ft-long section of ornate breeze block wall between the Dickinsons' drive and their neighbours' propert