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brick in

To surround or hem in (something) with bricks. We decided to brick in our back patio to give us a bit more privacy from our neighbors.
See also: brick
References in classic literature ?
There was no brickyard in the town, and in addition to our own needs there was a demand for bricks in the general market.
Toward the latter part of the week, when it seemed as if we were going to have a good many thousand bricks in a few hours, in the middle of the night the kiln fell.
In 2015, the previous government had also vehemently encouraged the use of local bricks in the construction of public infrastructures through its executive order dated on December 9, 2015.
And such trends have continued despite the executive order from the government, clearly articulating that all the heads of agencies, including architects, engineers and project planners are responsible for adoption of local bricks in the constructions.
West Yorkshire Police has issued the following advice for residents: Ensure garden sheds, |gates, garages and outbuildings remain locked Put bricks in the bot-|tom of patio tubs to make them harder for thieves to carry Mark valuable items |such as ornaments and furniture with your postcode, and keep photographs of such items as a record Gravel on driveways |and in gardens can help deter thieves as they can be heard approaching the garden Don't leave items of |value such as tools, lawnmowers or bicycles outside in the garden - lock them away out of sight.