In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Drive me out to the brickyard, and let me take a look.
- In 1882 alone local brickyards supplied three million bricks to builders.
- A brickyard was established the year of the fire, and limestone and sandstone were quarried from the cliffs.
- He and his family lived in a brickyard that had a field kitchen used by the troops of the 29th Infantry Division.
- Heinz started work at the age of 8 in his father's brickyard in Pennsylvania.
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