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paving stone

n
(Civil Engineering) a concrete or stone slab for paving
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Noun1.paving stone - a stone used for pavingpaving stone - a stone used for paving    
cobble, cobblestone, sett - rectangular paving stone with curved top; once used to make roads
curbstone, kerbstone - a paving stone forming part of a curb
flagstone, flag - stratified stone that splits into pieces suitable as paving stones
pavement, paving - the paved surface of a thoroughfare
stone - building material consisting of a piece of rock hewn in a definite shape for a special purpose; "he wanted a special stone to mark the site"
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But on that high ground, and in the crescent, which the wind swept round and round as if it were going to tear the paving stones up, its fury was tremendous.
An old maid, forced to employ her vacant days, could alone see to the grass being hoed from between the paving stones, the tops of the walls kept clean, the broom continually going, and the leather curtains of the coach-house always closed.
The thaw increased steadily, a warm, unhealthy wind blew through the streets, vehicles splashed through the mud, and the iron shoes of horses and mules rang on the paving stones. Crowds of melancholy people plodded wearily along the footpaths, with here and there a drunken man among them.
The works on landscaping and green farming, paving stones, installing benches, rubbish bins, street lighting systems, irrigation networks have been completed on an area of 300 m2.
Jurors were also told the former teacher, who was suspended in 2015, bought paving stones which she said she "randomly placed on the grass" at the school in 2013.
Three paving stones in Gauze Street - outside Bianco e Nero Coffee Shop - have been insecure for a number of months.
ballast sand-cement with concrete bench C12 / 15 - 82 m, - sewage from two rows of concrete paving stones 8 cm on a C12 / 15 concrete bench
"We also received information from Krussev for the period from 2008 to 2017 how many were repaired and how much pavement was removed and that is 15,000 tons," Veselin Kirev said.A "The paving stones should be kept in the warehouses of the Sofia Municipality, and let us remind them that these paving stones are a cultural and historical heritage, both the yellow paving stones and the granite paving stones, their plundering is a purely probable theft," Ivo Bozhkov said.
Alongside the development of the eco-friendly paving stones, the startup is working on a program named Walk Green, which aims to equip isolated rural areas with sustainable infrastructure, such as roads.
Each time paving stones were taken from outside the building, which is a converted terraced house on Broadstone Road.
Residents at Ravensdene - a large house split into several homes - are calling for Kirklees Council to complete the roadworks at Thornhill Road - where workmen levelling paving stones appear to have abandoned the job part way through.
Paul Clough, 49, runs Youngers Fish Bar, in Caerphilly Road, and has complained to the council after spotting areas where paving stones have worked loose.