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The Tiler is not necessarily a member of the lodge which he tiles.

The citizens of James City had no difficulty in fabricating all the fancy and ornamental bricks or tiles which they desired.

The sparrows industriously collected all manner of rubbish, and stowed it away under the tiles of the Navigation School.

The Red RoomAugust Strindberg

Occasionally there is a bit of a rattle—that's shrapnel bullets falling on the tiles of an outhouse.

The tiles will flatten more or less for the first day or two on the shelves, after which they are rolled.

Farm drainageHenry Flagg French

He tears his house to pieces, sells the tiles of his roof, the bricks of his walls, the woodwork about his doors and windows.

Drugging a NationSamuel Merwin

Just when the Moors went to work to make their tiles and their lustred dishes, we do not know.

The tiles of this kind date mostly from the time of the Mogul Dynasty.

The Ceramic ArtJennie J. Young

Here also there are buttresses, in which the tiles are cemented with bitumen.

In Kasamatsu the destruction was absolutely complete; nothing was left but a heap of plaster, mud, tiles, and charred timbers.

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