Definition of Macadamization. Meaning of Macadamization. Synonyms of Macadamization

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Definition of Macadamization

Macadamization
Macadamization Mac*ad`am*i*za"tion, n. The process or act of macadamizing.

Meaning of Macadamization from wikipedia

- free-draining pavement. Roads constructed in this manner were described as "macadamized." With the advent of motor vehicles, dust became a serious problem on...
- (1756–1836), Scottish engineer noted for inventing the process of "macadamization" of roads John McAdam (businessman), American businessman John McAdam...
- of the border there were only a few sandy tracks rather than proper macadamized roads. Adding to their supply problems, the Russians deplo**** large numbers...
- Construction of a macadamized road in the United States (1823). These roads allowed stagecoaches to travel at much greater speeds....
- unpaved roads include gravel roads, laterite roads, murram roads and macadamized roads.) Compared to a gravel road, a dirt road is not usually graded...
- Construction of the first macadamized road in the United States (1823). In the foreground, workers are breaking stones "so as not to exceed 6 ounces in...
- funding from local entities and private investment. It was the first macadamized road in the state. Today it is U.S. Route 68. By the 1830s, Maysville...
- engineer John Loudon McAdam, famous for his invention of the process of "Macadamization", a method of road surfacing, and great granddaughter of James Nicoll...
- road-builder and engineer John Loudon Macadam (1756–1836), inventor of macadamized roads, lived for a while at ****ell House in Townhead. Close by are streets...
- Construction of the first macadamized road in the United States (1823). In the foreground, workers are breaking stones "so as not to exceed 6 ounces in...