brick ledge

brick ledge

On a wall, a ledge that supports a course of masonry.
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During the three-hour stand-off, he diced with death by removing his hands from the brick ledge on which he was sitting as he appeared to talk to emergency negotiators.
Danny Bell sat on a brick ledge outside of the plain, beige Greyhound station a block away from the prison complex in Huntsville and, from behind dark shades, soaked in the sights and sounds of a world he had not seen in more than two decades.
We dash along the brick ledge, and I am laughing to myself as I picture the people inside the building looking out the window and seeing two men sprinting past in white Tyvec suits.
Children, seeking the best view or an interesting level and surface, set up on stairs, on windowsills, or on the brick ledge in front of a fireplace.
It is asphalt-coated for additional moisture resistance and is easily adaptable to meet various wall configurations, including full load-bearing walls, daylight walls, frost walls, brick ledge walls, interior walls and multiple above-ground configurations.