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Quiz: Remember the definition of mal de mer?
a stone or stonework dressed to a relatively fine finish with tools other than hammers.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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is available, but takes a hundred years of wear to achieve the distressed patina builders and architects prefer.
Fossils weaken the strength of
and many people discard them outright.
Stone countertop businesses typically custom
slabs to fit each individual installation.
steps shall be placed on a crush stone subbase as specified.
The two exterior chimneys, which sit off the ridge, consist of rubble stone bases and
The foundation of river rock mixed with concrete has been stuccoed and scored to resemble
The lower two floors are
with a segmental arch entrance.
The brickwork is covered with stucco, which has been scored to resemble
The building is also a fine example of the distinct use of
The expensive hand-
would be impossible to reproduce today.
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