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  • n. A pavement.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A pavement.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Middle English form of pavement.

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Examples

  • I wanted to ask them – did you have to put a down pament on your house?

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  • The early-morning sun angled through the stained-glass windows, stencilling the pament floor with a pattern of rich colour: vert, sable -- how easily the heraldic colours sprang to mind in this theatrical moment -- gules and azure, that rare blue still sometimes to be seen in untouched medieval churches.

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  • I have tried autotrader and its a pain to find anything that is even remotely close to what I want most people selling on there are dealers that give you a price but then say oh thats just the down pament.

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  • Giverment health care insurance programs -- Medicare and Medicaid -- control costs by simply not paying a portion of the doctor or hospital bill and requiring that docs and hospitals accept their pament as payment in full.

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  • "Item, mair to thame, in compleit pament of all feyes restand awyn thame for the causis forsaid, (fra the last day of November in the zeir of God

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