cobblestone

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rectangular paving stone with curved top

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pave with cobblestones

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Clubs and pick-handles were swinging, revolvers were exploding, and cobblestones were flung with crushing effect at arm's distance.
Multi-Room Single-Channel Play - Connect multiple MUZO Cobblestones with speakers in different rooms and play the same song in sync in each room using one smartphone.
The Zambian Embassy in Addis Ababa has announced that a group of small and medium contractors from Zambia has visited Ethiopia to discuss with their counterparts the issue of road construction using cobblestones.
00 Amsterdam & Bulbfields Spectacular River Cruise Overnight Sailings from Newcastle with DFDS Seaways' On board MS Olympia Departs 15 April 2014 Enjoy all the comforts of our specially chartered ship as you discover the world's most famous flower gardens, the canals and cobblestones of Amsterdam, and the historic fishing villages of the Dutch 'polder land' on this great value springtime river cruise.
In the cavern created by the two wings of the Lewis's building the noise would have been intolerable if the more usual cobblestones had been used in the Minories, so rubber blocks were used instead.
HEELY BAD IDEA Shoe accessory promises to stop damage from grates and cobblestones.
The Cobblestones of Paris and Area will have on display 13 scale model miniatures duplicating the technique.
Tourism authorities in Rome are being plagued by a unique problem, that of tourists, mainly Europeans, and including some British travellers, stealing cobblestones, marble mile markers and pieces of mosaic that are artefacts from ancient Rome, and taking them home with them as souvenirs.
Summary: Alberto Contador will have to contend with treacherous cobblestones and blustery North Sea winds at the 2010 Tour de France.
CAMPAIGNERS have succeeded in preserving some cobblestones in a market.
What I did was mount a plaque in the sidewalk and put little bronze cobblestones with Adam Smith's head on them so people could unobtrusively find the grave by just following the cobblestones," Lamond says.
They strolled casually along a curving pedestrian lane, paved to resemble cobblestones.
In brooding, unpopulated streetscapes that show empty West Side intersections, warehouses, or derelict diners and gas stations, Hujar tunes in to the inimitably bilious chiaroscuro of a mercury streetlamp casting its bleaching light on cobblestones, asphalt, corrugated trashcans, and security gates, then abruptly fading out into pools of shadow.
LANCE ARMSTRONG remains in pole position to capture his sixth Tour de France title after big rival Iban Mayo was sent sprawling on the treacherous cobblestones of Waterloo yesterday.
The city installed a new street bed, lined with cobblestones duplicating the street's original paving, and also laid new bluestone sidewalks and a granite curb.