crazy paving


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crazy paving

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(Building) Brit a form of paving, as for a path, made of slabs of stone of irregular shape fitted together
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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.
Crazy paving pattern caused by pulmonary alveolar proteinosis: CT findings and the pathologic basis.
John and David had been hired to lay down crazy paving and Peter had been enlisted to render the external walls of the gloried outhouse he'd erected last summer with a Tyrolean nish.
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.
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.
Crazy paving colourful heels pounds 78 Office Black & white blouse pounds 19.
Still, it'll be great for cricket fans to see Warne wandering out in his dressing-gown to water the geraniums and ponder whether the MCG outfield might be enhanced by a bit of crazy paving and a hammock or two.
Crazy paving, or just plain old rubbishy normal paving?
Another Nordfjell scheme greets you just inside the gardens: six circular beds of plants and some millstone-like wheels of granite placed asymmetrically in an oblong of crazy paving - and, in a small but telling move, some circles partly overlap the oblong's edges.
Among the new effects are Blue China, Cubist, Vorticist and Crazy Paving.