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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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The HRCT scan of the chest in both cases showed the typical "crazy-paving" pattern and lung biopsies confirmed the diagnosis of PAP.
In high resolution computed tomography (CT) images, crazy-paving in the perihilar area of both lungs and more in the upper peripheral zone was visible (Photo 2).
Another Euro-phobic thriller from the Taken star, with a crazy-paving plot that has as many holes as twists.
The Dell area of the park has seen the old crazy-paving pathway replaced with a spray and chip path and a small pedestrian bridge over the brook.
Stokes' batsmanship against an outstanding attack on the bounciest pitch in the world, and one covered in crazy-paving cracks for the bowlers to aim at too, was a revelation to many - if not to him.
StoKes (120) was the cornerstone of the tourists' belated defiance on a Perth pitch full of crazy-paving cracKs, but they were still bowled out for 353 early on the final afternoon as Australia regained the urn with a 150-run win and unassailable 3-0 lead.
crazy-paving pattern - predominantly in the postero-basal regions along the bronchovascular bundles and subpleural regions.7 The black pleural lines can be confused due to thin-walled subpleural cysts on HRCT.
Despite its crazy-paving cracks from the outset, the VCA Stadium surface never deteriorated either.
High-resolution CT showed extensive interlobular and intralobular interstitial thickening superimposed on diffuse ground-glass opacities (the "crazy-paving" pattern), primarily in volving the middle and lower lungs (Figure 2, A through C).
Ito's apparently simple box-like structure is enclosed by a crazy-paving skin of metal and glass, so that from a distance the pavilion resembles a giant fragment of ripped lace or a superscale cobweb.
The stretch of glass is framed on the right by a panel of crazy-paving masonry (part of a fireplace, maybe) and on the left by the dark leaves of a big philodendron--one of several potted plants lined up on a wide sill at floor level under the window.
She chose the crazy-paving variety, containing a tooth for every point of the compass, feeling that if she was going to go for it, she might as well really go for it.