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- n. The process of paving roads with macadam.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The process or act of macadamizing.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The process of laying carriage-roads according to the system of John Loudon Macadam, a Scottish engineer (1756–1836), who carried it out very extensively in England.
He said the road requires further upgradation and final macadamization so that general public is able to conveniently drive on this road.
He also informed the Prime Minister that under current State Plan Rs. 210 crore have been provided for macadamization of roads and Rs. 75 crore for expediting bridge construction.
The visiting PoK leader showed keen interest in the macadamization programme under taken for development of roads and drainage system in the city.
His cogitative habits led him to take long walks in the country, and he soon flew from horticultural chemistry to real farming; and about the same time took to road making and macadamization, and became a surveyor of the highways.
a sort of natural macadamization, and the time of our departure seemed to arrive several days too soon.
"It is difficult," he added (20th of Jan.) "to picture the change made in this place by the removal of the paving stones (too ready for barricades), and macadamization.