face stone

face stone

Stone that is used as the facing of a building.
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Echoing similar sentiments, former Army chief General (Rtd) Deepak Kapoor said, "When the armed forces face stone pelters and people who try to protect terrorists, can you look for a way as to how do the security forces separate out individuals from terrorists?
You can use wedges of stone called "pinning stones" when necessary to make the face stone level and steady.
Place the flattest side of the throughstone down, cross the joints of the face stones beneath it, and make sure that it's resting securely on the hearting and the face stones.
The longer dimension of the building consists of face stone walls and blind vaults.
BOOTLE face Stone Dominoes in a rearranged FA Vase second round match at the Delta Taxi Stadium tomorrow.
As he prepared to face Stone house Violet, McCrum said: "I chose not to get a job.
Oriental calligraphy framed in fabric from the Guizhou Province of South West China face stone collages, created by a Welsh sculptor who studied the art in Japan.
Burscough are at home to Stalybridge Celtic in the UniBond Premier Division tonight, while Ashton Town face Stone Dominoes at Congleton Town in the final of the NW Counties Division Two Trophy.
Ashton Town go in search of silverware tomorrow, when they face Stone Dominoes in the final of the Division Two Trophy at Congleton Town.
It's typical that Everton face Stones' suitors in their first match after the transfer window closed as football has a habit of throwing up games like this.
Meric said they also took samples from a structure publicly known as Zindan which was made up of face stones. He said the analysis showed that construction date of the structure was 448 A.C.