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a place where bricks are made and sold

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Instead they called me yesterday while I was at the Brickfields police station discussing the rally with the OCPD there.
"The Brickfields Pond is a natural pond and the weed growth is no more excessive than other ponds of a similar designation (as a local nature reserve) where one of the primary functions is biodiversity.
They moved to their current ground at Brickfields in 2003 and last year's third was the highest position the club has ever achieved.
Certainly when one walks through the brickfields the tattered expressions of familial poverty in India are evident.
The Chief Sanganayaka of Malaysia and Chief Priest of Brickfields Buddhist Maha Viharaya Ven.
He was interrogated by the above named policemen at the Brickfields police headquarters for one night.
Transforming brickfields: Development and governance in a Malaysian city
Kuala Lumpur, July 21 (ANI): The Malaysian tourism ministry has come up with new plans to draw more tourists to the iconic Little India located in Brickfields, that includes showcasing its own unique culture to the international tourism sector.
A trip to Brickfields on the opening day was always going to provide playercoach Russell Earnshaw with a test.
Kehers Friend's debut litter, by Joannestown Cash, produced nothing special, but the two 'Brickfields' from her second lot have salvaged her reputation, aided by litterbrother Skywalker Melody, fourth in the Cox Cup and an Irish Cesarewitch semi-finalist.
of Edinburgh) offers plenty of personal experience in the Brickfields neighborhood of Kuala Lumpur, working from a broad array of interviews and primary sources, to explain why forces of reform in the largely Muslim government of Malaysia tried urban renewal without asking residents what they needed or wanted.
The Forestry Commission has already poured 11,000 tonnes of earth on to the Brickfields site, in St Helens, which will soon be planted with mature trees.
An estimated 100 to 200 policemen are keeping watch for possible unrest in Brickfields here, dubbed Kuala Lumpur's 'Little India', following a peaceful rally last night.
Chapters 1 and 2 present a traditional historical narrative that does not directly address the book's framing analytic of place and belief; there is no attention paid, for example, to how Brickfields might have been made 'believable' or not to its inhabitants historically.