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The brand is known for its use of unorthodox materials, from earrings made of pebbles and sapphires to bracelets formed from moonstone, aluminum, and nutwood.
Its soils range from basalt pebbles and pumice to black ash.
Working with Ryan Diamond of The Backyard nursery in Costa Mesa, the couple removed the lawn and parking strip, added a decomposed granite path framed by sunset pebbles, and planted hardy plants from Australia, South Africa and California.
And maybe this is the real ground zero for the women-in-power revolution, the gathering of pebbles that will become a mountain.
Pulse the nuts in a mini food processor or mini chopper to the consistency of very small pebbles — but not as fine as sand.
Partly that's because the river carried great heaps of quartzite rocks and pebbles to the area.
To ensure proper drainage, place a layer of pebbles and activated charcoal in the bottom of your container before filling it with potting soil; then let the soil dry out a bit between waterings.
The Apollo collection consists of lunar rocks, core samples, pebbles, sand and dust from the lunar surface.
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Origin and Etymology of pebble
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of pebble
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Definition of pebble for English Language Learners
: a small, round stone; especially : one that has been made smooth by the movement of water
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