Housing Units (2000): 940
Land area (2000): 2.352534 sq. miles (6.093034 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.352534 sq. miles (6.093034 sq. km)
FIPS code: 27440
Located within: North Carolina (NC), FIPS 37
Location: 35.612902 N, 80.444350 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Granite Quarry may refer to:
- Granite Quarry, North Carolina
- Granite Quarry, Wisconsin
Usage examples of "granite quarry".
Washburn, and Mr Asmunsen, the owner of a large granite quarry in Contra Costa County.
Harmonizing with Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, and Florence Ballard, he drove to the granite quarry three miles beyond the town limits.
Then he told them of what had occurred that day in the granite quarry.
He stands six feet four, and the formidable dimensions of his neck, shoulders, chest, back, and arms make it difficult to believe that he was formed in anything as fragile as a womb, he seems to have been carved out of a granite quarry or poured in a foundry, or perhaps built in a truck factory.
And then he was laughing and half crying, remembering the very beginning of their relationship, thirty-three years ago, when a weird twelve-year-old kid had come slogging down into a dusty granite quarry in Barre, Vermont, and asked him to put down his jackhammer for a few minutes and take a little test that could be really important.
He'd posed as a slave, working in a granite quarry in old Indiana, carving out huge pieces of stone.
A steep, boulder-sprinkled hill lay upon the right which had in bygone days been cut into a granite quarry.
There was one other meetinghouse--a much smaller, more recent Anglican church--a school-house, gristmill, village store, blacksmith shop, granite quarry, a half dozen or more taverns and, in a section called Germantown, Colonel Quincy's glass factory.
In fact, he always had enjoyed the feeling of weightlessness, taking to zero-g combat training at Starfleet Academy like a newborn horta to a granite quarry.
Sodomized repeatedly by his fellow inmates at the asylum, he could stand the abuse no longer and threw himself off a high ledge into a granite quarry that the inmates were forced to work in.