- v. surface with macadam
- n. a paved surface having compressed layers of broken rocks held together with tar
- n. a paving material of tar and broken stone; mixed in a factory and shaped during paving
“Joseph Kanon, and "Tarmac" by Lynne Heitman, and "Flashover" by Suzanne Chazin, and Robin Burcell's new book.”
“(I asked her 94-year-old sister, Olive, years earlier the same question and without hesitation she answered 'Tarmac'.”
“Kayak IPO Parked on Tarmac "With little prospect of earning outsized profits for the foreseeable future, we don't believe Angie's List has produced an economic moat," wrote James Krapfel , Morningstar Inc.'s IPO strategist, who said the company had a "nosebleed valuation.”
“We've got new facilities, we've got Tarmac in the car park instead of a gravel track, the pitches are watered every day.”
“The Department of Transportation (DOT) issued what's known as the 3-Hour Tarmac Rule on April 29, 2010.”
“In the mid-1990s, I worked for Tarmac Professional Services (now part of Carillion) and for two years my line manager was Shonagh Hay, a member of the Reading Construction Forum partnering task force that produced its partnering guide Trusting the Team in 1995.”
“Contador's yellow bike wasn't for sale, but you could buy nearly the same model of the Tarmac SL3 Pro; the ultra-tricked-out model sells for a cool $9,900.”
“Unlike the Three-Hour Tarmac Rule and the new rules implemented by the DOT on August 23rd, this proposal is not crystal-clear.”
“The miner also said Friday that it formed a joint venture with French building-materials company Lafarge SA, which will include Anglo's Tarmac European businesses.”
“Some stories cited a recent Government Accountability Office report that suggests a relationship between implementation of the DOT's Three-Hour Tarmac Rule and a slightly increased cancellation rate in the final months of 2010 when compared to 2009.”
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