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Which of the following is not a form of brick stone composite masonry?

(a) Brick-backed ashlar masonry masonry

(b) Brick-backed stone slab facing

(c) Rubble-backed brick masonry

(d) Stone-backed masonry

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This key question is from Brick Stone Composite Masonry topic in chapter Composite Masonry of Construction & Building Materials

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Right option is (d) Stone-backed masonry

Explanation: Bricks and stones can be simultaneously used in three forms of composite masonry – brick-backed ashlar masonry, brick-backed stone slab facing and rubble-backed brick masonry. Hence, stone-backed masonry is not a form of brick stone composite masonry.

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