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  • Edit: He says "adoquine", but it has been years since he bought it, and he doesn't know the current price, sorry!

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Edit: He says "adoquine", but it has been years since he bought it, and he doesn't know the current price, sorry!

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Edit: He says "adoquine", but it has been years since he bought it, and he doesn't know the current price, sorry!

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Edit: He says "adoquine", but it has been years since he bought it, and he doesn't know the current price, sorry!

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Edit: He says "adoquine", but it has been years since he bought it, and he doesn't know the current price, sorry!

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Edit: He says "adoquine", but it has been years since he bought it, and he doesn't know the current price, sorry!

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Edit: He says "adoquine", but it has been years since he bought it, and he doesn't know the current price, sorry!

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Edit: He says "adoquine", but it has been years since he bought it, and he doesn't know the current price, sorry!

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Edit: He says "adoquine", but it has been years since he bought it, and he doesn't know the current price, sorry!

    Cinder block vs brick

  • Edit: He says "adoquine", but it has been years since he bought it, and he doesn't know the current price, sorry!

    Cinder block vs brick

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  • Its narrow streets are paved with cobbles of adoquine (a blue stone used as ballast on Spanish galleons)...

    --Patricia Schultz, 2003, 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, p. 883

    March 19, 2008