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  • n. Alternative form of hardstand.


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  • Not only has the field been built on: that lawn has been paved over as hardstanding for a car.

    Little Bowden on Unmitigated England

  • Constance - the principia courtyard may well have provided a nice flat hardstanding surface for laying timber sill beams or post pads, and later a solid base for the stone walls.

    Location of the seventh-century church in York

  • "And if that survey shows up the newts, which have already been found, they will also have to stop digging up the hardstanding on a number of pitches." - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • For 3351 metres - Construction of hardstanding on A12 northbound verge for the parking of mobile variable Message sign

    EDP24 News

  • If it says it will be cold, grit hardstanding areas.


  • I know they would be no use on ship or non-hardstanding, but when i was at Boscombe they were starting to use a mechanical trolley system for moving skid fitted helicopters.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Where these sites differ from the norm is that rather than providing beautifully tended croquet-flat lawns, electric hook-ups and hardstanding, they offer chunks of topography just as nature crafted it, open fires on which to incinerate your marshmallows and, typically, a compost loo for those campers who feel no compunction to imitate what bears do in the woods.

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  • ‘From 1st October 2008 the permitted development rights that allow householders to pave their front garden for hardstanding without planning permission have changed.

    Archive 2008-09-01


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  • It's hardstanding thisword outtacontext.

    January 2, 2010