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  • adj. Not gritted.


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  • Hopefully that will fix it, as even over the three days until then I am apprehensive about driving sans ABS on our icy and ungritted roads.

    skittledog: Of skits and skitmobiles

  • Harborough District Council has admitted leaving its icy car parks ungritted for 'health and safety reasons.'

    Tory local politicians go to pieces in the snow

  • It took me a few minutes extra to walk to the train station being careful not to slip on the ungritted pavements.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Treacherous: Snow covers an ungritted road in Great Bowden near Market Harborough, Leicestershire yesterday

    Home | Mail Online

  • Most of our patients live on ungritted back streets that are treacherous to walk on when it's icy.

    The Guardian World News

  • * The AA said thousands of ungritted roads resembled "ski jumps".

    Evening Standard - Home

  • HAZARDOUS: Visitors to the St Mary's Hospice are struggling to make it up the hill on Ford Park Crescent to visit family due to snow and ice on the ungritted road LINDSEY DICKINGS REF: 0519231

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Volunteers were out on the main road pushing stranded vehicles as school buses struggled to climb the ungritted hills.

    News round-up

  • It was snow joke as severe weather, ungritted roads and Christmas shopping traffic caused chaos in the town.

    getreading - Reading Post - RSS feed

  • Severe weather, ungritted roads and Christmas shopping traffic caused chaos in the town

    getreading - Reading Post - RSS feed


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