Mixture of Sand Lime and Water?

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A mixture of sand lime and water is known as mortar. It was the first traditional mixture before the beginning of the second century. It is used in masonry for making bricks and building houses.
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A mixture of sand lime and water is called a mortar and it is used as a lubricant to help move stones. It is also used to join construction blocks together as well as filling the gaps between them.
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