Pluck a pebble from a mountain and pretend the mountain is gone.
The maze ends in an expansive Zen garden, complete with a pebble pool-pit and a vast mirror along one wall.
Other key presenters included executives from Google, Microsoft, and start-ups like pebble.
Lest I take it not quite seriously, my commander slapped me on the back and threw a pebble into the improvised line of LEDs.
As little as a pebble perhaps, or, more specifically: gravel.
Joy sparkles on every pebble; Art spreads its welcome arms through every spray of seaweed.
But Prudy was picking a pebble out of her shoe, and did not start at once.
A pebble 's all right among pebbles, but it looks mighty small 'longside o' boulders.
This time the pebble may swing off at an angle in another direction.
It would have given his most spiritless followers the pith to run till morning across a strand of rock and pebble.
small, smooth stone, late 13c., from Old English papolstan "pebblestone," of unknown origin. Perhaps imitative. Some sources compare Latin papula "pustule, pimple, swelling."
A polymorphic language.
["A Kernel Language for Abstract Data Types and Modules", R.M. Burstall & B. Lampson, in Semantics of Data Types, LNCS 173, Springer 1984].