Along the outer edge of the coping stone runs a crenelated wall, only a foot and a half thick.
He desired too, no doubt, to put a coping stone to his fame.
Every coping stone and pillar cost some mariner of the Tarifa Straits a pot of money.
Kaa had only just worked his way over the west wall, landing with a wrench that dislodged a coping stone into the ditch.
The coping stone had been set on the edifice of the Bremen Cotton Market.
They alighted on a nail; a nail thrust lightly into the mortar below the coping stone.
The top of the wall is about three yards broad, thanks to a coping stone which projects on each side.
The individual who spoke now leant over the coping stone, for some moments, in silence.
Then, I went down on to the roof, and crossed over to the gap from which the coping stone had fallen.
Thus religion would be put in its true place as at once the foundation and the coping stone of national life.