granolithic


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gran·o·lith

 (grăn′ə-lĭth′)
n.
A paving stone of crushed granite and cement.

gran′o·lith′ic adj.
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Guest photographed a crew which was laying "granolithic" sidewalks on the streets of Manitou, shown on the following page.
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Sidewalks caused the first problems: haphazardly planted street trees had to be removed as contractors excavated for new granolithic sidewalks in the late nineteenth century.
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To a find a heavy duty floor screed which is quick to install and yet provides a finish that is more durable than granolithic toppings is not always easy.
To find a heavy duty floor screed that is quick and easy to install and yet provides a finish that is more durable than granolithic toppings is not always easy.