Adhesive for Attaching Tile to Brick

What adhesive can I use to attach marble tile to a vertical brick surface? I'm hoping to find something that has a quicker set time than thinset.
Any suggestions?
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Kyle Boatright wrote:

No, but why do you want/need something faster? If you start at the bottom and support the tiles as you go up with spacers the thickness of desired grout joints you should have no problem. The mortar should be fine for holding the tiles *on* the wall and the spacers will keep them from sliding down. Moreover, on brick (quite porous) the thinset should grab within a handful of minutes.
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Thanks for the input, but the installation is a fireplace surround, so there are places (like over the fireplace opening) where I won't be able to support a tile on another tile. Of course, I could always build a scaffold of sorts, or I could sit there and hold the tile (12x12) for a while, but in the end, I'd like an adhesive that would grab faster...
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Ah.. Well, in that case, you also need something that will take a fair amount of heat, which rules out a lot of epoxys.
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