Definition of paver
1 : one that paves
2 : a stone, brick, or block used for paving a surface
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Our drive has tens of thousands of pavers, and no two are in straight line with one another.
A: Gliding over concrete, pavers and mulches, slugs and snails are looking for their next meal.
The money will be used to help other animals and to buy a brick paver that will sit in front of the shelter.
Brick pavers will surround these features and may be purchased to recognize employees upon retirement by engraving names into them.
Transportation Illinois pavers and bridge builders are shutting down projects to prepare for a possible cutoff of state funds starting this Saturday.
Sidewalks, a brick paver crosswalk and paving were finished last week.
Outside, the main level balcony, front courtyard and lower level paver patio offer nice views of the surrounding trees.
The pavers alone cost $12,000 installed, said Ms. Kawash, who declined to provide the total cost.
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