jsmithjamessmith at YAHOO.COM
Tue Dec 10 14:56:52 UTC 2002
Then there's the term "asphalt concrete", which is
used in many bid specifications for asphalt. It
confused me the first time I saw it, wondering if it
was offering an option between concrete or asphalt at
the bidders discretion.
To me, "tarmac" is always associated with airfields.
James D. SMITH |If history teaches anything
South SLC, UT |it is that we will be sued
jsmithjamessmith at yahoo.com |whether we act quickly and decisively
|or slowly and cautiously.
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