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Bricktop



a person having red or reddish-brown hair.
hair of this color.
Historical Examples

A Quarter-Back’s Pluck Lester Chadwick
Batting to Win Lester Chadwick
Batting to Win Lester Chadwick
The Winning Touchdown Lester Chadwick
The Eight-Oared Victors Lester Chadwick
The Winning Touchdown Lester Chadwick
The Winning Touchdown Lester Chadwick
A Quarter-Back’s Pluck Lester Chadwick
Dick Hamilton’s Cadet Days Howard R. Garis
Dick Hamilton’s Cadet Days Howard R. Garis

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