Tha are verry tuff ov life, and will outlive an injun rubber shoe, and dont seem tew gro old enny faster than a paving stone duz.
He got off, to lead his wheel, and saw, under his foot—a paving stone.
Every house, every paving stone here was familiar and awakened some memory.
Other do speak much of the quarries at Hamden, nine miles from Milbery, and paving stone of Burbeck.
He loathed this union which was a union of a paving stone and of a burning coal.
Beautifully level and even, I dare say; like a paving stone, and about as interesting.'
The atheists' universe is only a big machine, and no machine can create power, no more than a paving stone.
The same lily-livered crowd that I've seen in the streets since I laid the first paving stone under 'em myself in '91.
Tha are verry tuff ov life, and will outlive an injun rubber shoe, and don't seem tew gro old enny faster than a paving stone duz.
Carlton is so thin that you can see daylight through his lattice work, and cold as paving stone in winter.