Definition of Pavior. Meaning of Pavior. Synonyms of Pavior

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Definition of Pavior

Pavior
Pavior Pav"ior, n. 1. One who paves; a paver. 2. A rammer for driving paving stones. 3. A brick or slab used for paving.
pavior
Paver Pav"er, n. One who paves; one who lays a pavement. [Written also pavier and pavior.]

Meaning of Pavior from wikipedia

- The Worshipful Company of Paviors is one of the Livery Companies of the City of London. The Paviors were formed at some point prior to 1276; they were...
- Paviors Rugby Club is an English rugby union club based in Arnold, Nottinghamshire. The first XV team currently plays in Midlands Premier, having reached...
- Copernican-Scale Revolution, Pavior Publishers, 2007, ISBN 978-1-4243-3863-4 Some Science Adventures with Real Magic, Pavior Publishers, 2005, ISBN 1-929331-11-8...
- Together with a butcher — his steel hangs at his side — they laugh with the pavior (sometimes identified as a drayman) as he courts a housemaid (the key she...
- The National Society of Street Masons, Paviors and Road Makers was a trade union representing pavers in the United Kingdom. The union was founded in 1890...
- pavid, pavidity paviō pav- paviv- pavit- beat pave, pavement, paviage, pavior -pellō -pell- -pellav- -pellat- appeal, appellable, appellant, appellate...
- launched in 1989 by Lady Wendy Levene, sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Paviors. She was commissioned in May 1991. Argyll is currently based at Devonport...
- November 2019. He is also a Feltmaker and an Honorary Liveryman of the Paviors' Company. Russell is a member of the Advisory Board of Innovate Finance...
- Farriers (horseshoe makers and horse veterinarians) Worshipful Company of Paviors (road and highway pavers) Worshipful Company of Loriners (equestrian bit...
- Colin (ed.). "Louis Essen: inventor of atomic timekeeping" (PDF). The Pavior. Loughborough: The High Pavement Society. p. 12. Archived (PDF) from the...
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