“His kneading tub and his pavin are the two misteries of his occupation and he is a filcher by his trade, but the miller is before him.”
“Wal, Joel, while yer 'baout it," remarked Silas Barnes, "why don't yer suggest a brick block er two, an 'pavin' stones in the square an 'a few other things such as I told ye I seen in Boston.”
“Why, the airth seems topsides down, an 'brickbats an' pavin 'stones air a reg'ler caution to it! ”
“Their platform may need a lot more pavin 'before bein' put to pounce from.”
“Geierstein, they looked but like another girl and bachelor, only that Anne is so very handsome; but now they move in time and manner as if they were leading a stately pavin, and behave to each other with as much formal respect as if he were Landamman of the Unterwalden, and she the first lady of Berne.”
“All right," says I; "but if I was you I'd trail down some pavin 'job before the paper inner soles wore clean through.”
“Hivins an' earth, he's batin 'that poor Spanyard with a pavin' block.”
“They start out down th 'street, loaded up with obscenthe an' cigareets, pavin 'blocks an' walkin 'sthicks an' shtove lids in their hands, cryin ', 'A base Cap”
“He's th 'sort iv a man that we used to heave pavin' shtones at whin he come out iv th 'stage dure iv th”
“The only Pavan mentioned by Shakespeare is the _Passy-measures pavin_, otherwise known as Passing-measures-pavin, or Passameso, or _Pass e mezzo_, which last is the earliest form of the word.”
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