paved road

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Anna said to herself, as soon as the carriage had started and swaying lightly, rumbled over the tiny cobbles of the paved road, and again one impression followed rapidly upon another.
The wind was chilly and the jetty was deserted, as he approached it; but he had no sooner landed than he heard a noise of horses galloping upon the paved road.
The sheep and lambs are bleating in the fields away behind me, and there is a clatter of donkeys' hoofs up the paved road below.
Was it possible, in that dreadful weather, that she had actually heard the sound of carriage wheels on the strip of paved road outside the inn?
This subject of conversation was an additional reason for not being loud, since Satchell himself might presently be walking up the paved road to the church door.
The agency drew widespread criticism in July 2013 when it announced plans to convert 83 miles of paved road in South and West Texas to gravel.
March 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Military Writers Society of America (MWSA) selected Sharon Rushton's book No Paved Road To Freedom as its Book of the Month.
NABLUS, December 20, 2011 (WAFA) -- Israeli bulldozers Tuesday razed a paved road in a town south of Nablus, according to a local official.
PNNOn Tuesday, Israeli forces demolished a four kilometer-long paved road in the village of Hawara village, south of Nablus.
NABLUS, City, Muharram 25, 1433, Dec 20, 2011, SPA - Israeli bulldozers Tuesday razed a paved road in a town south of Nablus, according to a local official.
Go north on the paved road and follow it to the marsh.
In spite of that hardship, the city celebrated the newly paved road in October with a masquerade ball on Main Street, two brass bands and a procession led by Mayor W.