pavior


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pavior, paviour

1. A brick used for paving.
2. A clamp brick of second quality which is hard, well-shaped, and of good appearance and color.
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(22) The money was used for materials, particularly sand and limestone, carriages for transport, and the wages for the paviors and their servants.
Car parking will be available for home supporters at Chasetown Specialist Sports College, off Pavior's Road.
"The minimum amount a clerk of works can earn is well below what a mason pavior can get.
A new pounds 2 million brick and pavior accessory plant will allow the company to improve the range, quality and colour of its special shaped clay products.
To the front is a block pavior driveway and brick garage.
Bournville, Bridgnorth, Broadstreet, Bromsgrove, Burton on Trent, Doncaster Phoenix, Kettering, Newport, Nuneaton, Paviors, Peterborough Lions, Sandbach, Sheffield, South Leicester
Saturday's 33-30 defeat at Nottingham outfit Paviors saw DK once more beaten in the Midlands One play-off to miss out on promotion.
Dave Addleton's injury-plagued Lions travelled to table-toppers Paviors in round six and returned home off the back of a 57-21 defeat.
PWDL FA BPts Hinckley 1111 003471147 51 Old Halesonians 118 0 3 297 159 9 41 Scunthorpe 118 0 3 295 202 5 37 Bromsgrove 11 70 4 237 252 3 31 Nuneaton 11 6 0 5 241 186 4 28 Syston 115 0 6 216 233 6 26 Peterborough Lions* 11 6 0 5 213 183 5 24 Newport (Salop) 115 0 6 236 299 4 24 Lichfield 11 40 7 246 246 7 23 Longton 11 40 7 217 278 420 Sandbach 11 40 7 152 206 319 B'ham & Solihull 11 30 8 214 264 7 19 Old Northamptonians 11 30 8 171 280 5 17 Sutton Coldfield 11 30 8 177 357 214 Midlands One East: Huntingdon & District 34, Matlock 14; Kettering 27, Wellingborough 15; Market Rasen & Louth 5, Ilkeston 13; Newark 12, Derby 34; Newbold on Avon 32, Bugbrooke 7; Northampton Old Scouts 5, Bedford Athletic 50; Old Laurentians 24, Paviors 23.