Noun(1) a reddish brown sandstone; used in buildings(2) a row house built of brownstone; reddish brown in color
(1) If the developer decided not to utilize the historic brownstone adjacent to the Club building, he could conceivably avoid a lot of red tape and build a 15-story tower, he points out.(2) The entryway of our brownstone was a magnificent piece of workmanship and masonry.(3) This one would be fit not only for a mayor but for an emperor: the new brick and brownstone building had ancient marble columns shipped in from Pompeii, unearthed only 20 years before.(4) The popularity of brownstone as a building material elevated the Portland businesses to the top ranks of the industry.(5) ‘Back to cameras,’ Chasity said and slung her carryall on her shoulder as Brandon wrestled their suitcase to their brownstone .(6) She thought she was relieved not to be spending the night in the grim, gloomy old brownstone where, she imagined, the ghost of Lionel Luthor still ruled, but the apartment was… disconcerting.(7) They rounded the corner and Keaton was surprised to find Tanya sitting outside her brownstone , listening to her headphones.(8) It was not unusual that wealthy men during the last quarter of the nineteenth century chose brownstone as a matter of stating that they had arrived on the scene.(9) High quality brownstone from adjacent Anson County and local lumber were ignored, and red brick used in the courthouse was shipped by sea to Wilmington and thence by rail to Monroe.(10) No sooner than Amy and Chasity had stepped out the door, a train of the offending boys and their mothers were making their way towards Chasity's brownstone .(11) Mine is kinda dark, but I love it,’ Chasity smiled as she thought about her brownstone .(12) The back of his apartment on West Eighty-ninth Street was diagonally across from the garden behind her parents' brownstone on West Eighty-eighth Street.(13) About 20 years later VSBA renovated the massive circular brownstone building that is now the Fine Arts Library at Penn.(14) These were the last major projects for which Portland brownstone was used.(15) She lived in a comfy little brownstone with blue walls and white furniture, accentuated with green lamps and pictures of her family.(16) The Mine Street Mall and a Burger King now occupy sites where huge steam-powered compressors and hoists were once housed in beautifully constructed brownstone buildings.
(1) brown stone :: carreg brown
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