noting a form of road pavement composed of compacted and rolled stones of various sizes.
a town in W central England, in Telford and Wrekin unitary authority, Shropshire: designated a new town in 1963. Pop: 138 241 (2001)
Thomas. 1757–1834, Scottish civil engineer, known esp for his roads and such bridges as the Menai suspension bridge (1825)


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