A method entailing stepping back successive courses of masonry.
A groove in a joint or special unit to receive roofing or flashing.
Reinforced brick masonry.
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Masonry units, reinforcing steel, grout and/or mortar combined to act together in resisting forces.
Any surface turned back from the face of a principal surface.
That portion of a jamb or recess which is visible from the face of a wall.
A brick laid on its face edge so that the normal bedding area is visible in the wall face. Frequently spelled rolok.
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