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It is a common practice in erecting buildings with a facing of Kentish rag rubble to back up the stonework with bricks.
The name "brick-ashlar" is given to walls faced with ashlar stonework backed in with brickwork.
In one place part of the stonework of the graves stretches out over the sandy pathway far below.
DRACULABRAM STOKER
At the foot of these trees water, blue as indigo on wash day, lashed itself into a white fury against the stonework of the pier.
The stonework is now of a greenish-grey tone, but in the shadows there is generally a look of blue.
Turning sideways, she leaned both hands on the stonework and stared down into the water.
The “two arches or vaults of stonework” were inserted under the western and southern tower arches.
With an easy pull he sent the shaft flickering gently up, falling upon the stonework within a foot of where Aylward was standing.
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
The walls were hung with discoloured tapestry, which had come loose at one corner, so as to expose the rough stonework behind.
High-arched and Gothic were its massive walls, with intricate carving like lace in the stonework.
THE WITNESSGRACE LIVINGSTON HILL LUTZ

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