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brickbats

brickbats Sentence Examples

  • should be filled in compactly with hard, coarse materials, such as stones, brickbats, clinkers, burned clay, &c., on which should be laid 2 or 3 in.

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  • But I do like to praise good service and I am not slow to throw brickbats if the service is poor.

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  • Peter Ridsdale has hardly been a rock of support, criticizing results, hurling brickbats at O'Leary and talking of offloading players.

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  • But a number of proposed amendments also received brickbats from certain quarters.

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  • The brave US gets brickbats, but it is right.

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  • Horsley suffered further brickbats, accused of almost completely ignoring unpublished materials and of providing nothing in the way of introduction or notes.

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  • In Tonbridge in 1880 there was a full-scale riot during which eggs, stones and brickbats were thrown at the police.

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  • should be filled in compactly with hard, coarse materials, such as stones, brickbats, clinkers, burned clay, &c., on which should be laid 2 or 3 in.

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  • with rubble stones, flints, brickbats or similar material, thoroughly drained at bottom.

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  • In Tonbridge in 1880 there was a full-scale riot during which eggs, stones and brickbats were thrown at the police.

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  • That stance led to equal praise and brickbats, and much subsequent punditry about why we canât ever bring ourselves to support England.

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  • with rubble stones, flints, brickbats or similar material, thoroughly drained at bottom.

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