macadamization


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mac·ad·am·ize

 (mə-kăd′ə-mīz′)
tr.v. mac·ad·am·ized, mac·ad·am·iz·ing, mac·ad·am·iz·es
To construct or pave (a road) with macadam.

mac·ad′am·i·za′tion (-ə-mĭ-zā′shən) n.
mac·ad′am·iz′er n.
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Tenders are invited for Macadamization of road at DPL Bandipora.
Macadamization of the roads to the foundries allowed owners to buy and transport fuels, at once releasing them from the "parsimony" of village-controlled wood supplies and providing the basis for the reorganization of the detail of the labor process (Banfield 1846, 142).
The authorities here said the bridge would be open for road users over the next three to four days as the macadamization of the road is almost complete.
81) Alongside the seemingly banal calls for the building of infrastructure, roads, sewerage, and macadamization, the minutes frequently relate prohibition of the sale of liquor and gunpowder to Aboriginal peoples, their surveillance, and the management of Aboriginal space.
Tenders are invited for Development of Bus Adda by way of Macadamization at M C Anantnag
Macadamization was not introduced into Upper Canada until 1837, but because of expense, was applied only on the most important routes.