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building material consisting of bricks laid with mortar between them

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The survey revealed that online brick and mortar domains lost a significant amount of share to pure play domains.
"Looking back at the holiday season, the major trend that emerged is the prevalence of the omni-channel consumer and the resulting convergence among brick and mortar and digital retail," said Tom McGee, president and CEO of ICSC.
Christy Haussler has recently launched a fresh new podcast called the Brick and Mortar Reporter.
According to remainders of brick and mortar, Borchhardt dates 3rd century A.D.
There has never been a huge difference in Internet sales and brick and mortar. It's just two different sales channels for one vendor to sell through.
Underwood's Jewelers is a small "brick and mortar" firm founded in 1957 on West Dickson Street in Fayetteville.
You'll lay three courses of face brick and mortar them together with Type N mortar mix ($5 per 80-lb.
The Brick Industry Association recommends property managers carefully inspect their buildings' brick and mortar annually.
Soon after that, a number of "brick and mortar bookstores" took their wares online, but it has proven to be a tough business.