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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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A brick paviour sets the tone, leading to the porch which opens into a superb reception hall with limestone tiled floor.
Externally, to the front of the property there is gated access opening onto a brick paviour driveway and forecourt with raised flower beds.
The Coop lads were (back, from left) B Lockwood, J Gardner, J Netherwood, B Almond, E Paviour and D Buckley; (front) D Roebuck, S Priestley, H Sykes, C Pickering and B Armitage.
A brick paviour driveway leading to the garage to the side of the house provides additional offroad parking and, behind a privet hedge at the front of the house, a shaped brick pathway leads to the front door.
On Monday she was found guilty of taking pounds 2,000 from the bank account she helped him open after he began work as an apprentice paviour.
Awards for service to nursing and midwifery were presented to Moira Dentice, nominated by the Hawke's Bay Regional Council; Raewyn Paviour, nominated by the Gastroenterology Nurses' Section; Helen Schutt and Carolyn Wilson, nominated by the Midlands Regional Council; and Alison Pirret, nominated by the Critical Care Nurses' Section.
Outside the dairy -which is reached through a five-barred gated entrance -is a large paviour brick drive with ample parking space.
A brick paviour driveway at the side of the house provides ample space for parking, while the front garden comes with a well-kept lawn and landscaped flower beds.
Outside the property offers a parking space on a brick paviour forecourt which extends onto an ornate gravel area.
A brick paviour private drive is ?anked by a two door garage and shrubberies stocked with established evergreens and laurel planting beyond.
Blagg, a paviour, of Central Avenue, Whinney Banks, who admitted the September, 2004, harassment, was fined pounds 200 with pounds 300 costs.
Mrs Bodsworth, 72, was a tailoress for J A Paviour's in St Peter's Street, Huddersfield, and continued when the firm went to Lockwood.