untarred

untarred

(ʌnˈtɑːd)
adj
not coated with tar; not tarred
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Is:1321 Part-1 /2003 Fourth Revision , Untarred Variety For General Construction And Sizes.
Explaining her choice of title, Petina Gappah writes: "In London, Rotten Row is a wide untarred road that begins at Hyde Park Corner and ends at the Serpentine Road.
Hiring a cab is the best way to get around as the local buses take extremely long due to untarred roads.
THE tarred and untarred roads to the Himalayas may have been charted before, but nothing can ever dampen the thrill of riding on these roads, especially if you are riding a roaring Royal Enfield.
Regarding the situation in Hatcliffe Extension, Kachere (2010), writing in the Sunday Mail Zimbabwe observes: Although the government has tried to formalize the settlement and given some of the tenants leases, the residents still live in squalor as the untarred dirt roads become too dusty during the dry season and too muddy and impassable during the rainy season.
While there was 100 miles of well-surfaced road between the two capitals of Tamale and Bolgatanga, it took twice as many miles of untarred road to reach Wa.
Tarred and untarred by the same brush: exploring interdependence in the volatility of stock returns.
This is evidenced by the fact that the table reveals that the use of tattered or untarred road to the place of delivery increases the risk of dying in both districts but is more pronounced in Akatsi district.
A well-regarded privately held firm that manages retirement accounts, untarred by recent debacles, noticed that in mid-September 2008 its call-center volume had spiked, because people were nervous.
Fortunately I was in a sitting room in the heart of England, not a pub in Wales, so I reached the end of the evening untarred and unfeathered.
Except two, all roads in the Ona Ara LGA are untarred, and some are often a little more than footpaths.
The approach outlined by the editor in a brief preface (there is no introduction), is one untarred by recent theoretical and critical brushes and is self-confessedly that of practical criticism: 'The influence of a 1960s English department dies hard' (p.