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blacktop

The asphalt paving used on many roads,and also the process of paving the road.
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It helps Lucas Blacktop reach as many people in Raleigh and the surrounding area as possible, and it helps local residents find the paving contractor services they need without excessive time or effort.
When all you've seen in 17 years of life is concrete and blacktop, watching onions and tomatoes grow from a seed you planted and nourished is pretty incredible stuff, the kids say.
The Blacktop 500 pulls out all the stops when it comes to comfort, sound quality, noise cancellation and hands-free convenience, so that these driving pros can get the job done without missing a step.
100,00 DM; Blacktop roads about 200,00 square meters; Waterborne ceiling approximately 285.
Auto Business News-January 8, 2014--Dodge plans to expand Blacktop trim package to 2014 Dart compact
A new skateboard allows you to simulate the experience of snowboarding on blacktop instead of on a mountaintop.
And megacities such as Los Angeles that have more tons of pavement than many nations have the added complication of urban warming -- a condition that makes hot temps even hotter, not from greenhouse gases but from the miles of blacktop and development that hold in heat, unlike scrubland.
For some of its commercial installations, the company installs a customized application to dirt, asphalt, blacktop, cement surfaces, or even rooftops.
The roughest blacktop on the East Coast and the whackest pool transitions ever poured have finally been laid to rest.
The road was an ordinary blacktop affair, neat, grass-edged, with a broken white line down the middle.
Auto Business News-January 11, 2013--Dodge offers Blacktop package on 2013 Durango(C)1994-2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
Since snakes are cold-blooded, or ectothermic, external sources--sunlight, air, water, or warm blacktop roads--heat their bodies.