gravelling

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It would be worth transportation, in boxes, for gravelling ornamental garden-walks.

The very earliest was granted to Philip the Hermit, for gravelling the road at Highgate.

If the same establishment is used by a number of flock-masters, gravelling will always be necessary.

Its first special aim was the gravelling of the very dusty streets.

The cost of these improvements amounted to several thousands of pounds—in levelling, planting, turfing, gravelling.

Anyone who liked to cart away a few loads for the purpose of gravelling his garden-path was at liberty to do so.