All of that traffic leaves film of oil on the pavement, which further endangers the lives of your drivers during the rainy season.
As we rounded the corner I saw a bus filled with police parked by the pavement.
He saw friends from the building gathered on the pavement below.
Zuccotti Park was lit up by floodlights as men in orange uniforms power-sprayed the pavement.
Democrats have long dominated at pounding the pavement in the Hawkeye State.
A pavement in the midst of the ocean—such is the Ortach rock.
From the pavement to the keystone of its vault is but 132 French feet—about 150 English.
"Do not stand on the pavement making such loud remarks, Louise," said Mrs. Wilton.
Many fortunes have been lost and won on that bit of pavement.
The design upon the pavement is found on slabs at the entrances at Kouyunjik.
It was the custom of the Roman governors to erect their tribunals in open places, as the market-place, the circus, or even the highway. Pilate caused his seat of judgment to be set down in a place called "the Pavement" (John 19:13) i.e., a place paved with a mosaic of coloured stones. It was probably a place thus prepared in front of the "judgment hall." (See GABBATHA.)