Cobbles sentence example

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  • The pavements are just cobbles, and tar macadam on the road was unknown.
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  • The College site has some cobbles and uneven paving, gravel and grass.
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  • And once they've gone no amount of pretty cobbles or ornate lamp posts will entice them back.
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  • The seabed is predominantly sedimentary, ranging between mud and cobbles but consisting mainly of sand.
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  • Steps are typically formed from ribs of cobbles and boulders that lie transverse to the channel.
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  • The floor was somewhat uneven, showing signs of ancient cobbles.
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  • So how do you use scaffolding to shore up a pile of vertically stacked small rounded cobbles?
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  • The pavements are cobbles, and tar macadam on the road was unknown.
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  • These are usually unmade (no bituminous surface) or setts (cobbles).
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  • Using gizmos salvaged from games and toys, he cobbles together a device that Elliot and friends need to place in the woods where the alien ship briefly visited.
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  • The ground into and around the College is made up of cobbles and slightly uneven flagstones.
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