While stresses can also break the bond between the mortar and the masonry units, permitting water to penetrate the resulting hairline cracks, this is easier to correct in the joint through repointing than if the break occurs in the masonry units.
One remaining example is "De Schoolmeester" ("The Teacher"), built in 1692 (see the introductory picture and the interior below). Wind powered paper mills were rare in other countries, but water powered versions already appeared in the 11th century and became quite common – in England there were 417 of them in 1800.
Waterfront Facilities. by Anthony Farmer, PE, NAVFAC Engineering & Criteria Programs Office (CIENG) Building Types – 04-27-2018. Nearly every town or city bordering a body of water has an industrial, commercial, recreational, or residential district called the Waterfront.