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Synonyms for cobble

Synonyms for cobble

rectangular paving stone with curved top

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pave with cobblestones

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With our new presence in Cobble Hill, Compass will further support the needs of our growing Brooklyn agent family and expand services for our clients," said Patrick Brennan, Sales Manager of Compass' Cobble Hill, Williamsburg, and Park Slope locations.
all upped sticks and headed up to Manchester to transmit the show live from the cobbles.
5km route from Seraing in Belgium across the cobbles of northern France and held off a charging peloton.
Eight years in construction, Cobble Close was built by the Straus family - two of whom went down on the Titanic - of the Macy's department store dynasty.
SeeNews) - May 30, 2013 - Belgian weaving machinery manufacturer Van de Wiele on Tuesday signed an agreement to buy sector player Cobble, whose key production facility is based in British Blackburn.
PREHISTORIC METAL MINING IN BRITAIN: THE STUDY OF COBBLE STONE MINING TOOLS BASED ON ARTEFACT STUDY, ETHNOGRAPHY AND EXPERIMENTATION*
Cobble, a friend of Austin Box, told police, "He takes pain pills, and he's not responding to me.
One potential indicator species of natural habitat in New York State is the cobblestone tiger beetle (Cicindela marginipennis Dejean), a rare species adapted to natural river disturbances that maintain its required habitat, cobble bars.
Purchase terms for unit buyers have been set at Cobble Hill Towers, the Hudson Companies and the Cobble Hill Towers Tenant Association announced today.
Jones had bought the 19-century building in the Cobble Hill district for 3.
SPECIALIST MACHINERY builder AMTRI COBBLE has appointed three new mechanical design engineers to strengthen its project teams as the business continues to expand.
Dorothy Sue Cobble, The Other Women's Movement: Workplace Justice and Social Rights in Modern America (Princeton: Princeton University Press 2004)
Yet FidoNet-which still exists-proved that dedicated amateurs, mostly working on shoestring budgets, could cobble together a globe-spanning network in their spare time.
Jo Ann Cobble, dean of health professions at Oklahoma City Community College.
You can find river rock in several sizes, ranging from 1 to 6 inches in diameter, with names such as ``Mexican beach,'' ``Arizona'' or ``Colorado cobble,'' in colors ranging from black and gray to beige, buff and red.