paving tile

paving tile

Unglazed porcelain or natural clay tile, formed by the dust-pressed method; similar to ceramic mosaic tile in composition and physical properties, but thicker.
See also: Tile
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He went down on his knees and rapidly examined every one of the paving tiles. Daddy Jacques went on:
Tenders are invited for construction of drain and covering slab and paving tile at ashramam lane in div.65(mla fund)
Around 1480 the French started producing playing cards by stencils and simplified the German shapes into a clover, a pike-head, a heart and a paving tile. English card-makers used these shapes but varied the names.
Near the kindergarten made a paving tile, nowadays - equipped flowerbeds and playground.
Settle and the adjoining territory of the educational institution - will lay a paving tile, install a fence.
The Second World War memorial in Donnington, near The Parade, was blighted by dirty paving tiles, overgrown grass verges and misplaced wreaths until councillor for the Humbers Jay Gough decided to step in.
Paving tiles for floors and walls has been introduced for the first time, based on national and regional labour market standards.
She does this by recycling and upcycling waste plastic into strong and beautiful construction products such as paving bricks, paving tiles, hatch and manhole covers."We use polymers from plastics and rubber to make building products," she says.
Through the purchase of products such as ReTo's signature eco-friendly paving tiles, businesses and individual customers on JD's e-commerce platform will be able to minimize carbon emissions and ensure that their buildings are energy efficient.
Despite living with disability, 41-year-old Mr Joshua Gaborone of Gash Services in Tlokweng prides himself in making ends meet thorough brick moulding and casting paving tiles.
Solar Roadways' tempered glass paving tiles integrate solar cells that power LED lights, heating elements, and wireless communication.
But only a few old paving tiles had been removed and work eventually started on January 25."