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Example Sentences for "pave"

We'll have to go a different wayThe bicycle path is paved within the city, but becomes gravel once you leave town.

We'll have to go a different way. This road is being paved up ahead.

We put some paving stones in the rose garden to form a little path.

The first American street was paved so that the city's beer wagons could easily get through the mud from the breweries.

In the story The Wizard of Oz, the road to the Emerald City is paved with yellow brick.

Driving is not a good way to get around the African nation of Gabon because there are very few paved roads, and the dirt roads are slippery during the long rainy season.

The streets of Victor, Colorado, once a gold rush town, are paved with a very low-grade gold.

The world's first paved streets were laid out in 170 B.C. in Rome.

There is an old expression which tells us that the road to Rome is paved with good intentions.

These talks between the two countries should help pave the way for a new trade deal.

His road to the heights of power has been paved with scandals, infighting and dirty politics.

Victoria's cycling path is paved within the city and gravel outside town.

Please stay on the paved trail so that you don't harm the vegetation.

An African proverb suggests that a man who pays respect to the great paves the way for his own greatness.

An old proverb tells us that the streets of London are paved with gold.

Marsha Sinetar once observed that change can either challenge or threaten us. Your beliefs pave your way to success or block you.

Joni Mitchell sang, They paved paradise, and put up a parking lot.


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