A raised paved or asphalted path for pedestrians at the side of a road
I had parked blocking the pavement
A cell of pavement epithelium; a squamous epithelial cell.
Stone used as a material for paving.
Each of the broad flat teeth forming a pavement, as in certain sharks (usually in plural).
A surface layer of closely packed or cemented pebbles, rock fragments, etc., from which fine material has been removed by the wind in arid regions
A mechanism resembling a conveyor belt for pedestrians in a place such as an airport
An artist who draws with coloured chalks on paving stones or paper laid on a pavement to earn money from passers-by
A beat police officer.
A prostitute who seeks business on the streets.
(Of certain sharks) having broad flat teeth arranged in a pavement.
A horizontal or gently sloping expanse of bare limestone, consisting of large blocks (clints) separated by deep eroded fissures (grikes)
Epithelium consisting of or containing one or more layers of closely apposed flattened cells; squamous epithelium.