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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"By January 2015, we had managed to save Sh150,000." At the time, Ms Mugala ran a small clinic in Kapsabet, from which she borrowed Sh500,000, money that her husband topped up to make a total of Sh650,000, with which they bought the first two lorries of sand, a lorry of ballast, a lorry of murram, two lorries of hardcore and 200 bags of cement.
Tenders are invited for supply and laying earth work, sub grade, gsb, wmm, red murram, wbm, tack coat 75 kg, 25 mm thick premix carpet, b type seal coat, prime coat 60kg., tack coat 30 kg , dbm, 30 kg sdbc, road marking thermoplastic, good earth, design mix, 80 mm thick int
A statement from the governor's press unit said Nyong'o wants to provide a framework to ensure sustainable sand, rocks, murram and soil harvesting and all forms of quarrying activities in Kisumu.
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.
Most people lack modern conveniences as they live in poor quality housing with dirt (murram) roads, no mains water supply or piped sewage disposal.
"I had to shift to Kaptagat because I wanted a place where I could access a murram track surface.