pebbledash


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pebbledash

[ˌpeblˈdæʃ]
A. Nenguijarrado m
B. VTenguijarrar
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Multi-million pound plans for the site were originally unveiled in 2012, with proposals to remove the pebbledash exterior and reclad the building.
PAINT PEBBLEDASH can be tricky to paint A QUICK way to paint pebbledash is with a (deep-pile) roller, but you'll also have to go over it with a paintbrush to cover all the bits the roller has missed - you'll need to work the brush in well, so don't use a good one.
Yet, Clarke continued to win the hearts -- and the votes -- of the public in this small hamlet of post-war suburban pebbledash terrace houses at the foot of green hills in central Scotland.
The modern pebbledash building offers few clues as to the minimalist, private gallery inside: an enormous white cube in which Spalletti (b.
They're the kind of pebbledash council houses that were built in huge numbers in Britain in the 40s and 50s, in the wake of World War II - square, solidly built blocks with little patches of garden front and back.
It has a filthy pebbledash facade and decor that's hardly changed in 40 years.
The couple want rid of the pebbledash facade, small windows and dated decor, to create a great family home on a relatively modest budget of PS60,000.
Then Williams joined in, putting on a camp voice, and shouting: "I'm going to pebbledash it pink.
What's more, the super cat can hold onto the entire pebbledash surface of the walls while making his vertical ascent.
It all began when Terry decided to have a weatherproof coating put on his roof tiles and pebbledash walls.
Detective Chief Inspector Steve Bimson would not reveal who had lived in the pebbledash semi-detached house at the time of Ms Payne's disappearance.
UNFURL those flags of St George, daub your pebbledash in red and white, drink till you puke.