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redbrick

denoting, relating to, or characteristic of a provincial British university of relatively recent foundation, esp as distinguished from Oxford and Cambridge
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The Rivermead Residents' Association and the Redbrick Residents' Group want to see changes made to the railway arches in Spon End.
Downtown burned down in 1904 so now it's full of redbrick office buildings, skyscrapers and a modern harbour.
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* WELLKNOWN: Stephen Battye was best known for transforming Redbrick Mill
Purnell's, situated in a Victorian redbrick and terracotta building in Cornwall Street, only opened in July 2007 but has rapidly gained widepsread praise for its innovative cooking.
The seven-storey redbrick folly, built in 1758 by John Perrott, is thought to have influenced the appearance of The Two Towers in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings.
Australian sires furnished all four finals winners at the 2009 Ladbrokes Christmas Festival, and nearly swept the board again this year, missing out only in the 416, which was won by the June 2008 Droopys Woods whelp Redbrick Droopy.
He was perhaps best known for transforming a former derelict mill complex in Batley into Redbrick Mill, now a thriving art and retail centre.
The concert hall is set to fill a gap in the curve of redbrick structures, originally designed in the Byzantine style by Sir Aston Webb.
Now the Duke of Northumberland's Estate, which owns the currently disused building, has applied to demolish it and replace it with four redbrick, two-storey houses.