Definition of Pit-run gravel
1. Noun. Gravel as found in natural deposits.
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Literary usage of Pit-run gravel
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1. Report by Illinois Highway Commission (1913)
"Stone—That part of pit run gravel which will be retained on a '/4-inch screen and ... This may be pit run gravel alone or pit run gravel modified by the ..."
2. Handbook for Highway Engineers: Containing Information Ordinarily Used in by Wilson Gardner Harger, Edmund Arnold Bonney (1919)
"Under favorable conditions a screened gravel bottom course will cost from $1.30 to $2.00 per cubic yard, rolled in place. A course pit run gravel is ..."
3. A Treatise on the Inspection of Concrete Construction: Containing Practical by Jerome Cochran (1913)
"Proportioning Pit-Run Gravel Concrete.—In proportioning pit-run gravel concrete, frequent tests should be made to determine the proportion of sand to stone. ..."
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