murram


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murram

(ˈmʌrəm)
n
(Geological Science) a gravelly lateritic material, often used to surface minor roads in parts of Africa
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Some murram roads snaking through the village particularly the one connecting Chouwe Beach and Kobala Centre have been abandoned by motorists who fear they might cave in.
Wetland places like the Hyena dam, Athi dam and No 10 murram pits are typical rewarding locations.
Tenders are invited for Purchase of Murram Soil - approximately 1100 CMT
To aggravate the problem, photovoice participants discovered that the means of transport to get to these facilities was a major challenge, with many of the roads being of murram and impassable during the rainy season.
Tus Deo, murram troclotem humando, Bratheas regi chryseas decenter, Dum colunt unum, meminere trino Tres dare terna.
The flooded road has now been covered with murram (gravel) and drainages created.
All hockey activities was held on the murram ground of the YMCA which also had two cemented tennis courts which organized national events.
53, 1 Quando in parte sinistra mamillae pulsum fecerit cor, ita ut nimium saliat, hunc conuenit Martio mense flebotomare et murram accipere, in titillo ne sudor prouocetur.
On Wednesday a lorry belonging to the Chinese firm constructing the road from the Uganda side overturned as it attempted to fill the flooded road with murram to enable vehicles pass.
My car is a potential winner of the rally as it is very fast on murram roads.
You say the roads are murram but you had not specified how bad.
The government of Central Equatoria has already approved about 2,000 trucks load of murram from Magalla [and] the commissioner of Terkaka county has [for] two days commissioned to do the work," said the Jonglei governor, who recently returned from Juba.