cinder block


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cinder block

[′sin·dər ‚bläk]
(materials)
A hollow block made of cinder concrete.
(metallurgy)
A block which closes the front of a blast furnace, containing the cinder notch.

cinder block, Brit.

clinker block A lightweight masonry unit made of cinder concrete; widely used for interior partitions.
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Brenda says the small cinder block building that was originally acquired with the land parcel now measures 60 feet by 100 feet.
We now had 14 raised beds, a little over 500 planting holes in the cinder blocks, and seven trellises in the 25 x 50 foot garden area.
We grow Sugar Baby watermelons because they are small and grow nicely in the center of the cinder block.
Challenge each camper to move from her home board to another board without stepping off or touching the cinder blocks.
FIRELOCK's automated temperature and humidity control, automated video surveillance system, and class 125 rating are all fundamental ways that ARM can do a better job for our clients than we could with standard cinder block vaults.
The cinder block crashed into the windshield of a car in which Tiffany Becker, 30, was riding at 4:28 a.
A typical rifle barrel is a fairly stout piece of steel, and a cinder block is just cement, so I guess there's no great mystery about which should yield.
She said, 'No', and then he just grabbed a cinder block and swung it straight into her face.
Many of these black-and-white pieces employ a modular alphabet first devised by the artist in 2007, in which letterforms are constructed with cinder blocks arranged on a pegboard grid and photographed, with a cardboard slash symbol ("/") or asterisk ("*") occasionally appearing as a graphic substitutes for a letter.
On the way back to the hotel, Dad asked the driver to stop at a small building made of cinder blocks.
When he's not putting on a show, Ferguson has a comfortable shaded enclosure with a fleece blanket, water pan, a cinder block on which to sharpen his nails and a ``behavioral enrichment'' box filled with sawdust and sand so he can dig up crickets and mealworms, just like he would do in the wild.
This is the work of interior painting of concrete or cinder block supports - Surface preparation (cleaning, dusting, degreasing, coating catching up with .