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blacktop

The asphalt paving used on many roads,and also the process of paving the road.
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AP Blacktop Service is a fully licensed, bonded, and insured paving company serving Fort Worth and now Houston.
The Blacktop package in the Durango SXT or Limited trim features a dark gloss finish to the custom 20-inch wheels, crosshair grille, side mirrors, exterior badging and headlight bezels, among other elements and dual rear exhaust with bright silver tips.
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The route will take riders down through the rolling graded trails of Wadi Lahloo and into Yiti, where they will turn onto the old Yiti Road towards Ruwi.This blacktop section will last for about 10km before riders are sent into a series of short steep sections of graded tracks along the Ruwi hilltops overlooking the sea and the mountains.
The crumbled areas can be patched with blacktop mix or cold patch, sold at home centers and hardware stores.
The Japanese giant is being tight-lipped about whether the hot Murano will ever hit UK showrooms, but a quote from a Nissan insider gives the game away: "The GT-C won't loosen your fillings when tackling Britain's craggy blacktop." All of which means, I reckon, we'll be seeing them o n UK roads before very long.
Swinging onto a wide two-lane blacktop that was virtually traffic free, I turned to Bob and asked, "May I?" He nodded his assent and I nailed it.
"Davey is a great ball player and Dan is a monster under the rim." Needless to say, The Ring won on the blacktop and a relationship was born.
On the road the MC2555L is 5.8-metres in length, unfolding to just over 15 metres for operation, and the system can be towed at 80 km on blacktop (or packed into a regulation 20-foot container).
The walkway consists of concrete for about 25 feet, then turns to blacktop. A small lip marks the seam between the concrete and blacktop.
In Blacktop, 1952 the second of the more than one hundred short films Charles and Ray Eames shot between 1950 and 1982, a banal occurrence is transformed into hypnotic spectacle.
It also meant that they could bring the machines up to the blacktop and not risk damaging them.