a brickwork bond having alternate stretchers and headers in each course, each header being centered above and below a stretcher.
a bond used in brickwork that has alternating stretchers and headers in each course, each header being placed centrally over a stretcher
- Flemish brabant
noun 1. a province of central Belgium, formed in 1995 from the N part of Brabant province: densely populated and intensively farmed, with large industrial centres. Pop: 1 031 904 (2004 est). Area: 2106 sq km (813 sq miles)
noun 1. one of a breed of large domestic rabbits of Belgian origin, having a solid gray, white, or black coat, and raised for its meat and fur.
[flens] /flɛns/ verb (used with object), flensed, flensing. 1. to strip the blubber or the skin from (a whale, seal, etc.). 2. to strip off (blubber or skin). /flɛns/ verb 1. (transitive) to strip (a whale, seal, etc) of (its blubber or skin) v. also flench, 1814, from Danish flense, perhaps from PIE root *(s)plei- […]
A parallel logic language. [“Massively Parallel Implementation of Flat GHC on the Connection Machine”, M. Nilsson, Proc Intl Conf on 5th Gen Comp Sys, 1988, pp.1031-1040].