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Definition of brick-and-mortar

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Other terms relating to 'business (related to)':

Definitions include: acronym for "another bloody cathedral" or "another bloody church".
Definitions include: McDonald's.
Definitions include: a person hired for their expertise.
Definitions include: the busy, hectic modern urban lifestyle.
Definitions include: a female.
Definitions include: to invent ideas and solutions, usually by coming up with as many as possible while not rejecting any out of hand.
Definitions include: to do nothing of value.
Definitions include: work (in a professional or educational setting) that is designed to keep a person busy, but to not permit that person to accomplish anything of note.
Definitions include: a fictional business report made popular by the film "Office Space" and used in the TV show "Lost."
Definitions include: According to Oxford University Press Blog:
Definitions include: the contract involved in an agreement.
Definitions include: a "professional wrestler" who loses matches so as to build up a featured wrestler's win/loss record and crowd appeal.
Definitions include: an all-night period of awakedness to finish a task.
Definitions include: a request.
Definitions include: The Salvation Army.

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Other terms relating to 'and':

Definitions include: acronym for "assault and battery".
Definitions include: "rain".
Definitions include: Cockney rhyme for ''believe''.
Definitions include: to talk a lot but never take action.
Definitions include: clumsy.
Definitions include: better than all that.
Definitions include: the best.
Definitions include: without substance; all talk and no action.
Definitions include: a lot of money.
Definitions include: to get fouled in basketball and make the basket
Definitions include: used to indicate an extreme condition or an excessive amount.
Definitions include: et cetera.
Definitions include: used to indicate an extreme condition or an excessive amount.
Definitions include: a quantity between 1 and one order of magnitude lower than the quantity previously mentioned.
Definitions include: interjection of agreement.

Other terms relating to 'brick':

Definitions include: acronym for "brick-and-mortar".
Definitions include: very cold.
Definitions include: nice rack
Definitions include: a large muscular person.
Definitions include: anything solid, sturdy, well-built.
Definitions include: of a woman, to be well-endowed.
Definitions include: large, muscular, and strongly built.
Definitions include: very unintelligent.
Definitions include: "dumb brick", i.e. very cold.
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: Couldn't believe it, or make a big deal.
Definitions include: to react with extreme emotion; "freak out".
Definitions include: cold.

Other terms relating to 'mortar':

Definitions include: acronym for "brick-and-mortar".

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