brickfielder


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brickfielder

[′brik‚fēl·dər]
(meteorology)
A hot, dry, dusty north wind blowing from the interior across the southern coast of Australia.
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WARWICK: 2.10 Choc'A'Moca, 2.40 Al Doha, 3.10 Asifa, 3.40 Pizzetti, 4.10 Light Burst, 4.40 Brickfielder (nap), 5.10 Final Liberation, 5.45 Poor Prince.
Charlton seemingly feels the distance was an issue as Brickfielder returns to a longer trip in division one of the Ian Bell Testimonial Nursery.
Conditions at Warwick are also likely to be far more forgiving for Brickfielder, who has revealingly been shed 3lb since Haydock.
Off to jolly good start Brickfielder got an enthusiastic ladies' night crowd off to the start many of them were hoping for when overcoming inexperience and a slow start to beat Monessa by three-quarters of a length in the 7f maiden auction.
For instance, even in the first two pages we are told about the 'brickfielder', about 'Palace' style architecture and about the presence of the Chinese in the Surry Hills area--all three being part of the scene in which the parish story is set, and all three enriching our background knowledge for better enjoyment of the story.
FOLKESTONE: 5.30 Brickfielder, 6.00 Diamond Johnny G, 6.35 Ewell Place, 7.10 Anjomarba, 7.45 Fire Fighter, 8.15 Full Bloom.