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how many bricks are there in the whole of london?

Asked By: yes its me - 11/7/2006
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A LOT... More
Answered By: sweet-cookie - 11/7/2006
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116,467,476,977 - rounded up.
Answered By: Donna M - 11/7/2006
 
mmm let me see i tell you what why dont u go and count em all LOL!!
Answered By: little angel - 11/7/2006
 
WHAT A STUPID QUESTION
Answered By: harry - 11/7/2006
 
Sorry but there are not enough noughts to put down
Answered By: colin050659 - 11/7/2006
 
in 2001 census results there was just over 7 million. Oh sorry did you say bricks I thought you said pr.... (sorry, its a north south thing :-))
Answered By: Phil C - 11/7/2006
 
234,567,8910
Answered By: gary267602 - 11/7/2006
 
About 14 and a half million, but that number is relatively small in comparison to the old days of castles and royalty housing projects. Unfortunately a lot was destroyed during the air raids of World War II, so according to the present day brick census conducted by Her Royal Majesty, London only has about 14.5 million... More
Answered By: Justin - 11/7/2006
 
why should you want to know that...and how would we know..and if we told you how would you know we were right.....
Answered By: grumpcookie - 11/7/2006
 
quite a few, I'd say. More bricks than people.
Answered By: sexmagnet - 11/7/2006
 
a whole lot!! enough to build enough buildings and bridges to cover the whole of london! lol
Answered By: David S - 11/7/2006
 
There's plenty on here................ sorry you said BRICKS
Answered By: edd104 - 11/7/2006
 
60 per metre squared
Answered By: Dave - 11/8/2006
 
At about 14.5 million bricks and 7.5 million people in Greater London, that is less than two bricks for each. Now, let's see. If we divide the naughty from the nice, and figure that a third are not that wonderful, then about five million will have about bricks each. So three bricks to lob at each pri*ck... More
Answered By: Charles - 11/10/2006
 
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