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Synonyms for paviour

a machine for laying pavement

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(24.) Paviour S, Musaad S, Roberts S, Taylor G, Taylor S, Shore K, Lang S, Holland D.
Externally, to the front of the property there is a brick paviour driveway and forecourt with raised, well-stocked flower beds.
This article was reviewed by national endoscopy service improvement lead at the Ministry of Health, Jenni Masters: endoscopy and infection control services manager at MercyAscot Hospitals in Auckland, Raewyn Paviour; and NZNO researcher Leonie Walker.
Cold workmen told to 'jump up and down' A TEESSIDE paviour claimed he lost his job because he refused to work without heating being provided on a freezing cold day.
Women were also paid for work as glazier, paviour, and coal dealer, not trades one would necessarily expect to find undertaken by women in the eighteen century.
Through a pedestrian entrance in the wall to one side of the house, a utility room, boot room, freezer store, garden store and gardener's toilet surround a brick paviour courtyard.
Jones of Oswestry has launched new literature with full specifying data on its three core ranges of access covers for block paviour infill.
Last night's onerous tasks included a water caddy (carrying 30kg barrels of water around for the gentry) an asphalt paviour (standing on a layer of molten tar in nothing more than a pair of slippers) and a fighting woman (hacking your opponent to bits with a cudgel, sword and anything else that was lying around).
His father was able to find work in London only as a humble paviour, a layer of pavements.
A third, albeit mixed, stream of research points to the importance of client attributes in influencing decision outcomes in human service organizations (Franklin 1985; Paviour 1988; stone 1981; Vail 1970; Tripi 1984; Weimann 1982).
A paviour brick courtyard driveway offers practical ample parking and leads to a detached garage and outhouse, while the location offers the best of both worlds.
Outside to the front, dwarf stone walling with wrought iron gates opens onto the large newly laid parking bay and garden with brick paviour edging, planted beds to the sides with well established shrubs.
The home is accessed by a shared driveway sweeping into a substantial herringbone patterned brick paviour parking area suitable for three cars, outside light and access to front door.