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brick, in
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brick, in
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brick, in
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brick, in
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to mure - einmauernLast post 17 Sep 07, 11:05
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Quelle: The Directorate of Engineering and Housing Dictionary1 Replies
brick building - der ZiegelbauLast post 29 Dec 06, 18:15
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"brick"Last post 14 Jul 09, 16:57
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brick Last post 11 Mar 08, 21:26
The houses were small, brick terraced, back-to-back. was heißt "brick terraced" auf Deutsch…7 Replies

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