Coping stone

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Coping stone

The stone block that forms a coping to a wall.

coping stone, capstone, copestone

coping stone
A stone which forms a coping.
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The cost to restore the system to its original condition (replacement of caulking between coping stones, repair of cracked stones and required masonry pointing) after the first 10 years is $10,000, as represented by the heavy line segment to the right of the first "scallop.
Australian backpacker Christine Foster, 26, died after being hit by falling coping stones in June 2000 at a west end bar.
Church Warden Norma Davies and Valeria Gobin at the Church of the Holy Saviour where two coping stones have been stolen.
When you've reached the height you want, consider capping the barbecue wall with coping stones or hard engineering bricks for a more durable finish.
Leslie, 22, was using the hand-held saw to help his best pal, Joe Johnson, cut coping stones.
This project is for the supply, delivery and installation of the granite cladding, coping stones, paving and drainage channels.
At least 30 coping stones are now missing from the top of walls in the gardens and Clr White said: "I feel a bit let down by the authorities over this.
All homes have a single garage with natural stone paving and boundary walls topped with antique coping stones.
Pleaded guilty to stealing 10 coping stones, worth PS500, on March 23.
I strongly believe he was riding his bike along coping stones by the canal.
Gale pleaded guilty to stealing lead off the roof of the Royal Mail Sorting Office and causing damage to coping stones belonging to Royal Mail.