Pavier

Pav´ier


n.1.A paver.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"If Musqueton were with us," observed Athos, on reaching the spot where they had had a dispute with the paviers, "how he would tremble at passing this!
Michael Pavier, 46 of Basford, said: "I actually walked past earlier and saw it, but it didn't really register with me.
Michael Pavier, 46 of nearby Basford said: "I actually walked past earlier and saw it, but it didn't really register with me.
During the morning members of the public were joined by representatives from Whitwick Parish Council, Coun Barker and Chloe Mabey, the MP for North West Leicestershire, Andrew Bridgen, and Jane Pavier, the U3A Regional Trustee.
Joyce Pavier, Motability account manager, at Listers Group, said: "We understand choosing a car through the Motability scheme can be challenging, especially when faced by the changing eligibility criteria.
Before Jaggard printed the Folio, he printed the so-called Pavier Quartos, the 1619 collection of quarto playbooks that has attracted considerable scholarly attention.
Pavier, "Geometry and size effects on fracture trajectory in a limestone rock under mixed mode loading," Engineering Fracture Mechanics, vol.
Pavier, "Schwannoma of the tibial nerve sheath as a cause of tarsal tunnel syndrome-a case study," The Foot, vol.
PAVIER John Hitchmough, aged 44, lodged at 7 Reservoir Street in Everton with his wife Ellen.
Brian Roger Shilton and Mark Weir passed their Advanced Driving test, mentored by Roy Meakin and Alan Pavier.
Pavier, "A new procedure to measure near yield residual stresses using the deep hole drilling technique," Experimental Mechanics, vol.