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It was an eastern chain hotel just outside Raleigh with an enormous tri-level shopping arcade across the six-lane highway off which its drive curled in a macadamed crescent.
Moreover Paraiso will some day come again into her own, when the "relocation" opens and brings her back on the main line, while proud Culebra and haughty Empire, stranded on a railless shore of the canal, will wither and waste away and even their broad macadamed roads will sink beneath a second-growth jungle.
Now the water is gone and only a broad macadamed street remains.
Beyond the fact that I had struck a hard macadamed road and was striding down it, I realised nothing else, till of
Which is why John McCain now publicly grovels and kisses the poxy asses of the men who service and steered the Pretty Hate Machine diffidently past the bodies of the dead and dying of NOLA, and gleefully down the blood-tarred, bone-macadamed streets of Iraq.
What remained of its cobbled or macadamed roadways had been pounded into bogged tracks, either by falling artillery rounds or the wheels and treads of marauding armies.