brick bat

brick bat

A broken or cut brick that has one complete end remaining and is less than half a full brick in length.
See also: Brick
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City dwellers formed a chain to save the mayor from the rivals' attack, but she sustained injuries by a brick bat.
So, predictable, pricing will get brick bat ugly in a heartbeat and no one will be able to make a buck.
Tenders are invited for water proofing of Roof with chemical treatment & China Mosaic flooring over existing Brick bat coba of production building.
created a great disturbance and smashing several windows, the gang had moved up towards the Hill Street area where 'they threw brick bats and stones at the windows of hucksters (general stores) and confectioners' that were open.
We are taking some brick bats from both the right and the left, which means we must be on to something," he said Wednesday during a conference call with reporters.
So let's get outside our comfort zones and instead of throwing brick bats of who is to blame, let's work positively together.
After you try your best there are brick bats and demands that you could have done more.
There is no hope of their ever catching up on the potholes but they do respond promptly when anyone reports a bad one so I really do not thinK they deserve all the bricK bats they have to taKe.
It's been bouquets so far, now for some brick bats.
Harmison believes the brick bats that Flintoff has suffered dur-inthe past week will be forgotten if he is an Ashes hero in Cardiff next week.
The irony, of course, is that while sectarianism and deep-rooted political enmity flourishes apace in other areas of everyday life, a sporting arena like Windsor is trying to push back the trend - despite the perennial setbacks and brick bats.
My aim has been to inform, entertain and provoke, bestowing both brick bats and bouquets.