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Our little island and our little policies are like throwing a pebble in the ocean.
The uncut semi-clear pebble-sized stone is about width of a dainty pinky finger.
Add the butter cubes and mix until the butter is the size small pebbles throughout the flour.
Although the cereal didn’t make the beer particularly colorful, the flavor was unmistakable—bright and crisp upfront, with the Fruity Pebbles coming through as a sweetness on the finish.
Seasonings and sides—such as the sangak, an Iranian pebble bread—are inspired in part by Michail’s Iranian heritage and trips to Israel and Turkey.
Semel added dogs running loose have also destroyed common tern nests, which are built atop the sand with a few sticks and some pebbles.
Set to arrive in August 2018, the spacecraft will orbit the asteroid, studying it for two years before scooping up a sample of dust and pebbles that will return to Earth in 2023.
Sowbhagyamma is one of dozens of women working under the scorching sun every day to clear weeds, mud, and pebbles from a 6.5-acre plot in the Mandya District of southern Karnataka state, India.
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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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