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They have taken over the shop, and I live in the house part, the other being bricked up.
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Sophia was downstairs first, and Constance found her looking at the blank wall beyond the door leading to the kitchen steps. "So this is where you had it bricked up?" said Sophia. "Yes," said Constance.
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The little bricked hearth, when reminiscent wood fires burned on it, was a pleasant gathering-place in cold weather; but it was the window in the projecting gable towards which the sisters most commonly converged.
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But these, which at first filled Roy with a flush of hope, proved, on examination, to have been bricked up, and solidly, too. "Nothing doing there," he muttered, and turned his attention to the rear of the underground place where there was a flight of steps leading up to a horizontal door, which, evidently, opened on the outerworld.
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Here, for half a mile the dune on which the hotel stands is shored up with massive masonry, and bricked for carriages, and tiled for foot-passengers; and it is all kept as clean as if wheel or foot had never passed over it.
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The windows which had been partially bricked up were opened, and shelving stones inserted instead.
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It cost us $1,500, and Vic. is bricked up in a vault underneath.
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But a true Spartan mother thou art: hard and stern as the old matron who bricked up her son Pausanius, bringing the first stone to immure him,-hard and stern, I say, to the worthless, but full of majestic tenderness to the worthy.
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The heat under the bricked archway was terrifying.
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The gate was bricked up, after the superstitious custom of many country burial places, but he climbed the old moss-grown wall, where poisonous ivy grew rank and venomous, and landing deep in the periwinkle that carpeted the ground, made his way rapidly to the flat oblong slab beneath which his father lay.
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Even the tea in the garden there was a bricked bit by a rockery that made a steady floor for the tea-table was most delightful, though the thoughts of four out of the five were busy with the coming play, and the fifth had thoughts of her own that had had nothing to do with tea or acting.
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Don't you see she's the lady that was bricked up in the convent, because he was so poor, and he couldn't find her.
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She knew now, she thought, what nuns who were bricked up alive in convent walls felt like.
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Five turrets, coiffed with roofs like extinguishers, raise their pointed tops above the main line of the facade with its lofty ogive-windows-unhappily now most of them partially bricked up, in accordance, doubtless, with the exigencies of alterations made within.
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Stephenson at once descended into the burning pit, with a chosen band of volunteers, who displayed the usual heroic courage of colliers in going to the rescue of their comrades; and, at the risk of their lives, these brave men bricked up the burning portion, and so, by excluding the air, put out the dangerous fire.
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Can this suggest that the wicked canon was to be bricked up alive?
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It had formerly served for a fireplace in an adjoining apartment, and had been bricked up before the landlord purchased the estate.
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Examples of Bricked

Example #1
Business in the Square is not what it used to be.
Example #2
Did you ever hear of such a thing?
Example #3
Every stout, ageing woman is not grotesque-far from it!-but there is an extreme pathos in the mere fact that every stout ageing woman was once a young girl with the unique charm of youth in her form and movements and in her mind.
Example #4
Her case is a tragedy.
Example #5
It was about eight feet long by two feet high, and close up under it, nearly flush with its sill, stood a substantial six-foot-by-four table, the chairs at either end comfortably filling the rest of the alcove.
Example #6
But Bennet was not admitted, nor any other outsider.