Refaced sentence example

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  • refaced with brick, looks eastward down the main street from the green.
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  • The exterior stonework has been cleaned and partly refaced at the expense of the Historic Buildings Appeal.
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  • The exterior of the building has been repaired and largely refaced.
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  • refaced in brick.
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  • This tower was originally built in the 13 th century, but was refaced in the 19 th century.
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  • In Harmondsworth village the Five Bells, 17th-century but refaced with brick, looks eastward down the main street from the green.
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  • We also learn from the city accounts that in 1802 the city wall by the Cattle Market was refaced in brick.
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  • Cabinets can be replaced, refaced or painted.
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  • If your kitchen cabinets are in good shape and in a good position, they can be painted for as low as $50 or refaced for a few thousand.
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