- n. Plural form of quarry.
“Besides working on the building, slaves worked in quarries extracting the stone for the Capitol.”
“Her quarries are the names behind the faces in 50,000 antique negatives left in the town's shuttered Casasola photography studio.”
““Our quarries are the roads, our veins the dark alleys.””
“The carrying of burdens and the irksome work of excavating the quarries was assigned to the remnant of the Canaanites (1Ki 9: 20; 2Ch 8: 7-9) and war prisoners made by David -- amounting to 153,600.”
“At the back of ponds, just inside the enclosure of woods, angles of corn-fields, old quarries, that is where to find grasses, or by the sea in the brackish marsh.”
“One concern caused by the quarries is their environmental impact.”
“Their main "quarries" are those houses that have fallen down or workplaces abandoned for many years by the apathetic State.”
“Those occurring at or near the surface, and called "quarries," "placer deposits,”
“Sabarim, 1 (Jos., vii, 5; D.V.: "quarries"), on the descent from Hai towards the Ghôr.”
“The "quarries" (Heb. pesilim) by Gilgal (Judg. 3: 19), from which Ehud turned back for the purpose of carrying out his design to put Eglon king of Moab to death, were probably the”
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