Putting stone

a heavy stone used in the game of putting.

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They accused that contractor company in connivance of black sheep in WASA was putting stone on the pipeline being buried in two feet deep in earth that would also cause breakage of the pipeline.
Raqqa Agricultural Directorate has taken many measures to invest theAaNature Reserve as a tourist attraction such as breeding deer, afforesting the arid zones and putting stone chairs and umbrellas in the reserve .
Sub officer Mick Williams said: "The recladding is done by putting stone cladding on top of polystyrene insulation.
Putting stone cladding on the walls of your Victorian terrace may increase its appeal to you.
Mr Bewick, who also lives in Newbiggin, helped Bill find the tub and did much of the work on restoring it, including putting stones in it and painting them black to depict chunks of coal.
He said the applicant had shown "little regard for the community" in putting stones on the car park, preventing its use.
The driver and guard of the train alerted railway authorities, following which attempts were made to stop it by putting stones and sand on the track.
Briandajew suggested: "It is pretty easy to tell if it is a 'fun' snowball fight, rather than idiots putting stones inside them and targeting traffic or people who obviously want no part in it.
Lot of people were putting stones on the road to try to cross through, but just before Manali, a bridge went down and it was dangerous," Nelly Daran, a French tourist said.
They move around the garbage bins putting stones, etc for a fee.
AESOP'S fable about a thirsty crow putting stones in a deep vessel to raise the water level is apparently true.
A Make the area different by putting stones in a circular patch so he knows this is a special spot.
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