- n. Plural form of patio.
“They are privately owned apartments with a couple of common patios, one of the patios is very big and the kids that lived there used to play soccer in it a lot.”
“These courts, which are called patios, were generally several acres in extent and at the most flourishing period of the missions each settlement often gave shelter to over a thousand people.”
“Newfoundland and Labrador, and Nova Scotia are working on provincewide bans on smoking on restaurant patios, which is already the law in 16 municipalities across Canada.”
“The board also voted to expand workplace smoking restrictions to include adjacent areas such as patios and loading docks, and to prohibit smoking in hotels, inns, and bed and breakfasts in Boston.”
“Don't forget about "hardscape" such as patios, decks, and fencing; designers can help with these also.”
“There are chapters on porches, patios and decks, back-yard entertaining, garden spaces, pools and play spaces, and backyard buildings.”
“Along with photographs illustrating textures, methods of installing stone and basic information are clear explanations of materials, patios, paths and steps, walls, raised beds, boulders, stone accents, and rock gardens.”
“This 2004 hilltop home has patios, a screening room and a pool.”
“Rick Weiner It has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, patios, a screening room and a pool.”
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