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QUARRY. A place whence stones are dug for the purpose of being employed in building, making roads, and the like.
     2. When a farm is let with an open quarry, the tenant may, when not restrained by his contract, take out the stone, but he has no right to open new quarries. Vide Mines. Waste.

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Rock of Ages is the largest integrated granite quarrier and manufacturer of finished granite memorials in North America.
He is also still considering whether to launch a bid for Midland limestone quarrier Breedon, in which the group bought a 7.
Born in Greencock, Scotland, in 1829, William Quarrier was raised in extreme poverty.
The acquired business, which is based in Oolitic, Indiana, is considered to be the biggest limestone quarrier and fabricator in North America.
Quarriers were founded in 1871 by William Quarrier in Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire.
Quarrier's Village was created by Christian William Quarrier in the 1800s for orphaned and abandoned children.
Three Sisters Bake in Quarriers Village is hosting a Crafty Brunch on Easter Saturday and Sunday, March 31 and April 1.
Contractor address : Head Office, Quarriers Village, Quarriers Village
William Allan, East Kilbride IN 1949, when I was seven years old, I was in a Quarriers home in Bridge of Weir.
Asked what the key attribute of a support worker is and the team at Quarriers are quick to say "a passion for people".
in its merger with granite quarriers and manufacturers Swenson Granite and its wholly owned subsidiary Rock of Ages, the company said.
The royal couple will visit the Quarriers Stopover project and talk to two of the residents, who are currently on a work experience exchange trip to Holland.