king closer[¦kiŋ ¦klōz·ər]
In masonry work, a rectangular brick having one corner cut diagonally to half the end of the brick and used to fill an opening in a course larger than half a brick. Also known as beveled closer.
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A three-quarter brick used as a closer; a diagonal piece is cut off one corner to keep the bond straight at corners of brick walls. See also: Brick
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king closer, beveled closer
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