cobblestone


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cobblestone

a rounded stone used for paving

cobblestone

A naturally rounded stone used in paving, wall construction, and foundations.
See also: Stone

cobble, cobblestone

1.A rock fragment between 2 ½ and 10 in. (64 and 256 mm) in diameter, used for rough paving, walls, and foundations.
2. Coarse aggregate for concrete, having a nominal size in the range 3 to 6 in. (75 to 150 mm).
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7 billion feeder road building project under which more city suburban roads will be paved with cobblestones has been launched in Kigali.
president, Stephen Lebovitz said, "We are extremely pleased to move forward with Cobblestone Village at Royal Palm Beach.
After a short time I was hit to my forehead with what I believe to be a cobblestone.
Cobblestone Builders has been building high-quality, cost-efficient homes and condos since 1990.
The cyclists went through the torturous one-kilometer stretch on the cobblestones of Calle Crisologo several times in the 2.
The Dogwood Bed, with four tall posts inspired by Paula's own bed, is available in the Low Tide or Blossom finish in all wood or in the Cobblestone finish with an upholstered linen headboard.
3 report by roads technologist Rick Knap noted that if parking was permitted on the west side of the street between the curve and the intersection with Cobblestone Drive, visibility would be impaired and it would be less safe for drivers exiting the school's driveway and using the intersection.
USPRwire, Wed Apr 17 2013] Cobblestone Hotels, the fastest growing new build hotel brand in the United States, has selected LRA Worldwide, Inc.
Those primarily responsible are northern Europeans who have simply picked up a loose cobblestone or piece of mosaic they have found while wandering around Rome.
One potential indicator species of natural habitat in New York State is the cobblestone tiger beetle (Cicindela marginipennis Dejean), a rare species adapted to natural river disturbances that maintain its required habitat, cobble bars.
Josephson was previously managing director and principal of JBK Capital and Cobblestone Advisory Group, where he was directly responsible for the modification of over $300 million of senior securitized and mezzanine debt for various borrowers.
I first heard about the fabulous footwear of San Miguel Shoe in the tiny village of Ajijic, near in central Mexico, A well-dressed, well-traveled Canadian woman assured me that the sandal with three-inch-wide elastic straps is the most comfortable shoe for maneuvering Mexico's treacherous cobblestone streets, and suggested I visit the factory store (smsboe.