dry-stone


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dry-stone

adj
(Building) (of a wall) made without mortar
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class="MsoNormalThe dry-stone walled settlement is situated north-west of Migori town and was probably built in the 16th century, according to UNESCO.
Unesco said the dry-stone walled settlement was probably built in the 16th century, The Guardian reported.
Ab we das About 10 years ago, put under pressure from a well-meaning friend, I came out as a closet dry-stone waller.
Budding dry-stone walling experts collect their certificates at Colne Valley High School
An eight-strong team from The Co-operative's Distribution Centre in Chester-le-Street, County Durham worked together to help create habitats for pollinators and tried their hand at dry-stone walling in a wildlife area in Woodstone near Houghton-le-Spring.
THE ancient craft of dry-stone walling is in danger of being lost forever, the Snowdonia Society has claimed.
And he got there by determination, passion, persistence - oh, and a special talent for dry-stone walling.
The pounds 4m Training Placement Bursary Scheme aims to keep alive heritage skills such as dry-stone walling, thatching and stonemasonry.
The celebrity couple have been given planning consent to erect an area of dry-stone walls in the shape of a roofless abandoned building.
Environment Minister Elliot Morley said higher rates will be introduced to pay farmers for carrying out several projects, such as restoring dry-stone walls and hedges and improving public access to the countryside.
I've schooled him over fences and he jumps a dry-stone wall well."
Two gardens from earlier festivals have been retained and replanted: an essay in dry-stone walling first made to mark the Millennium and now planted with thistles and umbelliferae [Palestine by Marmiroli, France, & Whalid, Palestine] and a mirror-garden featuring a river of colour-differentiated glass chippings [by Barzi, Casares & Co, Argentina].