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a brick made from baked mud

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Nyy[currency]DE (CyHAN)- Three people, including a 1-year-old girl, died at hospital from their injuries after a mudbrick house they were inside of collapsed on Sunday morning due to heavy rainfall in Turkey's southern province of Niy-de.
Katarin, together with other Penn State faculty members, students and Egyptian colleagues have conducted hydrogeologic investigations at the Temple-Town Site, and the Ancient mudbrick "Fort" located in the desert one kilometer to the south of the Temple-Town Site.
I also included a photo of the beautiful gardens around Mudbrick Farm, an elegant winery on Waiheke Island near Auckland.
ii) Introduction of building materials already developed such as compressed mudbrick (Adobe) and ferro-cement roofing system in rural low-rise housing.
As he had done in his previous publications, Hattusha Guide: A Day in the Hittite Capital (1999) and A Mudbrick City Wall at HattuSa (2007), Seeher has designed this book more like a guidebook to enlighten the visitors to Yazilikaya and enthusiasts for Hittite studies with in-depth information about the site and the reliefs.
A world of mudbrick villages and marketplaces and overwhelming, visceral humanity.
The walk up to the office through a native forest was equally exciting and all of us had worked up a healthy appetite by the time we reached the Mudbrick Vineyard and Restaurant.
At a mudbrick compound like a Saturday matinee of Gunga Din
Now ninety-two, his comments on the plans and sections were extremely helpful, particularly as these came to us without legends and the symbols used to indicate different materials (limestone, diabase, plaster, mudbrick etc.
Some of the construction techniques are unique to our country; with this in mind we have been running exhibitions, with hands-on workshops including experienced builders demonstrating these techniques, such as mudbrick building.
Hundreds of mudbrick houses are built along the sloping base of tall sheer cliffs which hem in Wadi Hadhramaut, while the flat land nearer the center of the wadi is used for the cultivation of crops like date palm, garlic, lime and wheat.
Joy, an anthropologist, profiles life in Djenne, a mudbrick town in Mali that has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Wine runs through Eve''s family: her parents, Jenny and Nigel, run Ananda Tours, around the island's vineyards, while Her sister Brooke works at winery Mudbrick.
On the way, they would have passed the white-washed mudbrick homes of the rich and poor, colourfully painted with images of plants and friendly spirits, and courtyards or gardens planted with flowers or date palm trees.