cobblestone : Definition, Usages, News and More

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cobblestone

ko buhl stohn

  • n  rectangular paving stone with curved top; once used to make roads
  • v  pave with cobblestones
News & Articles

  • Local Non-Profit Victim of Theft
    Thousands of dollars stolen from the Cobblestone Project non-profit farm in Fayetteville.
    June 14, 2013 - KNWA Fayetteville
  • Dine Out: Downtown eatery making adjustments to dinner service
    Cobblestone Restaurant, known to downtown denizens as a breakfast and lunch place, now serves dinners, so Loring and I decided to check it out on a recent Friday night.
    June 13, 2013 - The Standard-Times
  • The Panera Model: How to Do Good and Make Money at the Same Time
    A Panera Cares Café looks just like any of the other 1,600 Panera locations around the United States: the same striped awnings, the same comfortable booths, the same ridiculously tasty Cobblestone Rolls that will add 10 pounds if you so much as look at them.
    June 13, 2013 - National Journal via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Andy Schleck in The Age
    There are some risky elements in the Netherlands and Belgium considering both cobblestone sections and harsh cross-winds where we must be careful not to lose ground,Schleck said.
  • George Hincapie in Washington Post
    It's just a matter of fighting. You have no friends except your teammates,said Postal veteran George Hincapie, his face caked with grime. "We wanted to get to the cobblestone section first, just like the rest of the 200 guys. . . . We did...
  • Brian Holm in BBC Sport
    We will be ready again in a few days,Holm told BBC Radio 5 live on Sunday. "He's good on the cobblestones. He's going to fight for his position. He will be in the top 10 on the cobblestone."

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