臼, 研钵, 灰泥
She took the bread-knife, and picked and bored AT the mortar of a stone, and when she was tired, the waiting-maid took her turn.
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Admixtures for concrete, mortar and grout - Test methods - Part 13: reference masonry mortar for testing mortar admixtures.
Mr Almunia also said he would apply the same principles of competition online as in the "bricks and mortar world".
They said to each other, "Come, let's make bricks and bake them thoroughly." They used brick instead of stone, and tar for mortar.
“We’ve raised the money to set this up ourselves — a bricks-and-mortar shop would have been a totally different ball game,” says Inge.
During World War I, in the United States Trojan Explosive was widely employed for filling hand grenades and mortar bombs.
If you've got a problem with an Apple product, Apple's brick-and-mortar stores offer a convenient, reliable way to get help or get a fix.
And they said to one another, Come, let us make bricks and burn them thoroughly. And they had brick for stone, and they had tar for mortar.
Decoration and protection of the concrete, cement mortar, mixed mortar, brick and stone surfaces various buildings.
Mr. Gerber warns that anyone starting a brick-and-mortar business still faces the same cost barriers they always have — including high rent.
In recent months, the price of fruit and veg has troubled policymakers less than the price of bricks and mortar.
In the bricks-and-mortar world, Sears Holdings was unavailable to comment on the usage patterns at the Kmart and Sears layaway programmes.
Now it's set to re-enter, only this time via the Internet instead of with bricks-and-mortar stores, hoping to save money.
When the 18th century economist Adam Smith described Britain as a "nation of shopkeepers", he had bricks-and-mortar premises in mind.
当18世纪经济学家亚当-斯密(A·dam Smith)将英国称为"小店主之国"(nation of shopkeepers)时，他脑海中浮现的是实体店铺。
'The question is whether it will broaden to cover more Main Street firms and brick-and-mortar entrepreneurs like we saw in the 2000s.
Lime mortar and plaster were used on the Egyptian pyramids, on the Chinese Great Wall and for building the famous Roman roads.
Heavy mortar exchanges have since erupted in the Bakara market area of Mogadishu, killing a number of civilians and wounding many more.
In front of Nanjing University’s ivy-clad tower, a graduate poses for a photograph in his gown, mortar board and Reeboks.
“Clicks-and-mortar” stores, which could reach consumers both on the internet and on the high street, were thought to be inherently superior.
brick and mortar实体的；砖块和灰浆
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