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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of asphalt.

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Examples

  • A commercial waste-to-oil refinery plant is in operation today that takes in waste material and converts it into golden oil, free of sulfur and bitumen (better known as asphalted tars), in a continuous process.

    Vast New Oil Reserve Found in the U.S.

  • The areas, though under the BBMP jurisdiction, still did not have basic amenities, such as asphalted roads, drainage system, and regular water supply.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Not everything has to be active, agitated and asphalted.

    Put The Grid Back Through Seattle Center « PubliCola

  • But there is also an extremely large portion of the country that has roads that are a much lesser quality, they have a lot of potholes, a lot of them are not asphalted to a great degree.

    Nano Diaries: Tiny Car Makes Big India Road Trip

  • Toby slows down across the street from a house with a driveway that has been newly asphalted.

    Dakota

  •   I parked my car on the asphalted roadside preferring to walk the final two miles to the abandoned homestead.

    Ambrosia

  • Due to a brisk little bout of rezoning a few years back, all of the land above us on our hill has been concreted or asphalted over, so we like to keep some of our yard wild for the sake of the critters.

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  • We found a taxi and rode down the beautiful, tree-lined, perfectly asphalted avenue that led from the airport to the hotel.

    One From The Hart

  • ÂAnd that that line now stretching from the rig, to the spill, to an asphalted salt marsh, to a dead industry, to a torn family is likewise clearer.

    Wallace J Nichols: It's All Connected, Redux

  • And that that line now stretching from the rig, to the spill, to an asphalted salt marsh, to a dead industry, to a torn family is likewise clearer.

    Wallace J Nichols: It's All Connected, Redux

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