crazy paving


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crazy paving

n
(Building) Brit a form of paving, as for a path, made of slabs of stone of irregular shape fitted together
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crazy paving

n (Brit) → lastricato a mosaico irregolare
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A land of crazy paving politics so broken that, come October 31, we shall all be pebbledashed.
In addition are vegetable beds, aluminium framed greenhouse, two timber built outbuildings and a feature rear sun terrace laid to ornamental brick and crazy paving with circular feature, ornamental pond with fountain and well with security cover.
I was also enchanted by the chequerboard effect achieved by nonagenarian Mrs Eth Stacey, of Edgware, Hirst tends 100-plus baskets Middlesex, with pots dotted over a courtyard of crazy paving. It's a tradition going back thousands of years to enclosed Persian courtyards.
The HRCT scan of the chest showed the classic "crazy paving" pattern (Figure-4) and he was diagnosed to have PAP on a transbronchial lung biopsy.
High-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) reveals patchy, ground-glass opacities with interlobular septal thickening in a characteristic "crazy paving" pattern [1].
Based on The Guardian's report "Crazy paving: Rotterdam to consider trialling plastic roads", the VolkerWessel said it showed the concept of two roads completely made by recycled plastic under its PlasticRoad Project.
If you don't want the hassle of maintaining a front lawn, stick to low-maintenance options like gravel, pebbles or slate chips, all of which can be used to quickly cover eyesores like concrete and crazy paving. A more expensive, but elegant, option is block paving, paving slabs, or slate or (frost-resistant) ceramic tiles, which are easy to maintain because they can be hosed down.
If you don't want the hassle of maintaining a front lawn, or you don't have room for one, stick to low-maintenance options such as gravel, pebbles or slate chips, which can be used to quickly cover eyesores like concrete and crazy paving.
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