Her body was discovered in a gravel pit on the outskirts of Prince George on Oct. 26, 2009.
To the right were the white stone front gates of the prison, and across the highway in a gravel lot a circus was under way.
“When we did [the nudes], we were out in these gravel pits in Florida,” Weber says.
A steady stream of Audis and BMW 4X4s crunch across the gravel in search of a spot.
The truck pulls the guitar over railroad tracks, through rocks and gravel, whatever, and the guitar is still speaking.
They are composed of clay mixed with gravel, and covered with a wall of amygdaloid.
The second substance needed in concrete is broken stone or gravel.
Herds of wives squatted by companies on the gravel, softly chatting.
They drop this gravel into a big drum which is continually revolving.
The hills were low and rounded and composed of sand and gravel, covered with grass and sage-brush.
early 13c., from Old French gravele "sand, gravel," diminutive of grave "sand, seashore" (Modern French grève), possibly from Celtic *gravo- (cf. Welsh gro "coarse gravel," Breton grouan, Cornish grow "gravel"), perhaps ultimately from PIE *ghreu- "to rub, grind."
gravel grav·el (grāv'əl)
Sandlike concretions of uric acid, calcium oxalate, and mineral salts formed in the passages of the biliary and urinary tracts.