01. The bicycle path is [paved] within the city, but becomes gravel once you leave town.
02. We'll have to go a different way. This road is being [paved] up ahead.
03. We put some [paving] stones in the rose garden to form a little path.
04. The first American street was [paved] so that the city's beer wagons could easily get through the mud from the breweries.
05. In the story "The Wizard of Oz," the road to the Emerald City is [paved] with yellow brick.
06. 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.
07. The streets of Victor, Colorado, once a gold rush town, are [paved] with a very low-grade gold.
08. The world's first [paved] streets were laid out in 170 B.C. in Rome.
09. There is an old expression which tells us that the road to Rome is [paved] with good intentions.
10. These talks between the two countries should help [pave] the way for a new trade deal.
11. His road to the heights of power has been [paved] with scandals, infighting and dirty politics.
12. Victoria's cycling path is [paved] within the city and gravel outside town.
13. Please stay on the [paved] trail so that you don't harm the vegetation.
14. An African proverb suggests that a man who pays respect to the great [paves] the way for his own greatness.
15. An old proverb tells us that the streets of London are [paved] with gold.
16. Marsha Sinetar once observed that change can either challenge or threaten us. Your beliefs [pave] your way to success or block you.
17. Joni Mitchell sang, "They [paved] paradise, and put up a parking lot."

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