furring brick[′fər·iŋ ‚brik]
Hollow brick grooved for plastering.
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A hollow brick that is grooved on one face for furring the inside face of a wall; usually the size of an ordinary brick, and grooved or scored on the face to afford a key for plastering.
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A hollow brick used for furring or lining the inside face of a wall; usually the size of an ordinary brick and grooved or scored on the face to afford a key for plastering; carries no superimposed load.
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