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Where infilling of a timber-framed wall is carried out with bricks, this is known as nogging.

 

If bricks are laid at 45 degrees, with alternate rows in opposite directions, this is known as herring-bone.

 

Local examples (click to enlarge and read captions)

Nogging

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