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Off most of the main bustling thoroughfares lie tiny cobbled streets draped with vines and lined with old brick facades.
It did rain the next day and the village was silent except for the splash of the water on the cobbled streets.
The paintings are voyeuristic vignettes cobbled together from a fragmented narrative with no beginning and no end.
The church adjoins narrow cobbled alleyways to the south, but hideous seventies offices to east and west.
The cobbled streets aged from the many feet that pilgrim to the popular spot.
The city boasts a strong European flavor, with cobbled streets, chic restaurants and a lively atmosphere.
After decades of rickety governments cobbled together from small parties, the 1997 constitution encourages larger and more stable groupings.
If it was warm we played outside on the grass, which was so different to our cobbled streets at home.
Now, prototypes can be cobbled together in weeks from off-the-shelf components.
On an ethical issue we depend far more on professional integrity than on text cobbled together by the parliamentary draftsman.
For years they were happy selling pease pudding, dripping and pigeon feed to soot-faced coalminers on cobbled street-corners.
Elsewhere, sober stone houses peek coyly at one and other across cobbled streets and evocative old closes.
The horses' hooves clomped on the cobbled pathways in a heavy rhythm, never breaking a beat.
The cobbled roads wound their way through the city, spinning an intricate web, while taxis and food carts clip-clopped slowly down them.
The first three books were pastiches and I didn't want to end up pastiching myself and finishing in a dark cobbled alley I'd been down before.
In the cobbled backstreets mustachioed old men in tweed jackets and gaiters drive decorated carts at breakneck speeds.
Now, my legs can't manage cobbled streets, and my heart responds badly to a sudden and immoderate intake of alcohol.
It would have been mistakable for a mortal village if it wasn't for all the cloaks and hats that hid the cobbled street from view.
It could take hours or days for people interested in culture just to wander the criss-crossed cobbled streets.
The water was well up the cobbled lane that runs down the side of the park.
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Sometimes, in the evening, he cobbled the boots or mended the kettle or his pit-bottle.
I remember flashing my electric pocket lamp down on the cobbled street, for just an instant, when Herrmann dropped his gloves.
Up the gray cobbled streets and away on the headlands, he would think of it.
I went out in the steep cobbled street that runs down to the shore of corazon Bay.
When we clattered into the cobbled street, we found a solitary bashi-bazouk armed with a Winchester repeating rifle.
In misty twilight, student shouts echoing, Stephen's wheelchair jouncing over cobbled streets.
To the side of the property there is a spacious cobbled driveway providing off-road parking.
It is atmospherically staged in Victorian London with cobbled streets, apothecary shops and steamy underworld.
Fish-scales glistened on the cobbled quays of the little port.
From outside came a clatter of hoofs on the cobbled roadway.
They crossed the cobbled street and made their way to the dock.
The architecture and cobbled streets of Old Montreal have been maintained or restored and are frequented by horse-drawn caleches carrying tourists.
The wide Embankment which had had room for cannonballs and squadrons, had now shrunk to a cobbled lane steaming with smells of malt and oil and blocked by waggons.
I admire the higgledy-piggledy buildings that line the cobbled streets.
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