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[pey-ver] /ˈpeɪ vər/
a person or thing that paves.
a brick, tile, stone, or block used for paving.
Origin of paver
late Middle English
1375-1425; late Middle English; see pave, -er1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • All paver replacement areas shall be re-sealed with an acrylic sealer per the paver manufacturer's recommendations.
  • Keep a constant head of material to the paver's auger and screed.
  • We are aware of two paver surface failures on airports.
  • Poor paver operation, or the mix being too cold and/or too stiff causes tear marks.
  • The paver and paving crew had already re-positioned to the next section of roadway to be paved.
  • There are no set standards for the proper paver speed.
  • Truck-paver contact should be established by allowing the paver to move forward into a stationary truck.
  • paver wings should be folded on every load, or not at all.
  • Each paver shall be cleaned by brushing or other non-abrasive means immediately prior to installation.
  • The sloped plate shall be attached to the paver screed extension.
Word Origin and History for paver

late 15c., agent noun from pave (v.).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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