Definition of Breeze block
1. Noun. A light concrete building block made with cinder aggregate. "Cinder blocks are called breeze blocks in Britain"
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Literary usage of Breeze block
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Eastern Crete by Jonnie Godfrey, Elizabeth Karslake (2003)
"Here carry on straight uphill, passing a breeze-block and concrete building with ... Pass a fenced-oft, large breeze-block building up to the right (1 h). ..."
2. Icelandby Cathy Harlow by Cathy Harlow (2004)
"It is popularly eaten with the dark and slightly sweet rye bread that is baked in the warm ground of nature's own bakery, by the breeze block factory ..."
3. Landscapes of Western Crete: A Countryside Guide by Jonnie Godfrey, Elizabeth Karslake (2002)
"Then pass another breeze-block building to the right and continue downhill, on a track which runs under telephone wires and loops down towards a watercourse ..."
4. Landscapes of the Southern Peloponnese by Michael Cullen (2003)
"At a CORRUGATED IRON SHED (52min), keep left, soon passing some breeze block HUTS. Where the main track bends left to cross a concrete bridge over the ..."
5. Reconstruction and Production: Hearings, Sixty-sixth Congress, Third Session by William M. Calder (1921)
"The " breeze' block is a block made of linkers and cement under pressure, mixed in a proportion of 6 parts >f clinker to 1 of cement. It is, as a rule, ..."
6. Awards, Agreements, Orders, and Decisions Made Under the Industrial by New Zealand Dept. of Labour, New Zealand Industrial Commission (1842)
"2 6£ Men engaged on breeze-block machine 2 6£ Men mixing for precast stone .. .. 2 6£ (vi) M.etal-reinforcement welders (machine) 2 6 Metal-reinforcement ..."