breeze block


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breeze block

A concrete masonry unit using pan breeze as aggregate.
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A police detective told the court: "Interviews were very, very limited given the condition of the defendant but he does admit striking in some way his father with a breeze block. Whether that was intentional or not, we never got a chance to press that."
Liverpool Crown Court heard that McCarten, 43, kept lookout while Comish, 47, cut through concrete breeze blocks.
But the most grisly discovery was made when the breeze block was moved away from the shed door and the dead terrier was discovered.
When police emerged from the property without any suspects, they prepared to leave, which is when the breeze block was thrown.
"It was grey bits of breeze block - they could have done serious damage."
A PSNI detective said: "Interviews were very, very limited given the condition of the defendant but he does admit striking in some way his father with a breeze block.
Lee Hollender, 39, pictured, smashed the front window of the store at Prestatyn with a breeze block before making off with PS9,000 worth of scent on August 28.
If you have been hiding under a bigger breeze block than the one used to clock Karl, the prosecution's summation said it all: she jilted Carl, nicked the 30k from the wedding and on top of that bedded her niece's bloke.
Q Our five-year-old bungalow is timber framed with breeze block and external roughcast.
One officer received head and spinal injuries when he was hit with a breeze block and hammer during a 'sustained and orchestrated attack' in the staunchly Catholic Short Strand district.
TV beauties Jayne Middlemiss and Donna Air are to return to their Geordie roots when they appear in a brand new BBC sitcom set in Newcastle called Breeze Block.