Gravel

Coarse aggregate.

gravel

Accumulation of small, smooth, rounded rock deposited by a stream or river.
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Gravel

Loose fragments of rock used for surfacing built-up roofs, in sizes varying from 1/8' to 1¾.'
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Gravel

(1) Loose, rounded fragments of rock, larger than sand, but smaller than cobbles. (2) Small stones and pebbles, or a mixture of these with sand.
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gravel

(grav´әl) calculus occurring in small particles.
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gravel

[n] - rock fragments and pebbles 2. [v] - cover with gravel, as of a road
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Gravel

• (v. t.) To check or stop; to embarrass; to perplex. • (v. t.) To hurt or lame (a horse) by gravel lodged between the shoe and foot. • (n.) A deposit of small calculous concretions in the kidneys and the urinary or gall bladder; also, the disease of which they are a symptom. • (v. t.) To cover with gravel; as, to gravel a walk....
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gravel

verb cover with gravel; `We gravelled the driveway`
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Gravel

Grav'el noun [ Old French gravele , akin to French gr?ve a sandy shore, strand; of Celtic origin; confer Armor. grouan gravel, W. gro coarse gravel, pebbles, and Sanskrit grāvan stone.] 1. Small stones, or fragments of stone; very small pebbles, often ...
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Gravel

Grav'el transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Graveled or Gravelled ; present participle & verbal noun Graveling or Gravelling .] 1. To cover with gravel; as, to gravel a walk. 2. To run (as a ship...
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gravel

1. To cover with gravel; as, to gravel a walk. ... 2. To run (as a ship) upon the gravel or beach; to run aground; to cause to stick fast in gravel or sand. 'When we were fallen into a place between two seas, they graveled the ship.' (Acts xxvii. 41 (Rhemish version)) 'Willam the Conqueror . . . Chanced as his arrival to be graveled; and one of his...
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gravel

A collection of rock particles whose diameter ranges from 2mm to 4mm. In general terms, gravel particles may be as large as pebbles. Gravel is used commercially in the making in the concrete. See conglomerate and sand.
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Gravel

a disease characterised by small stones which are formed in the kidneys, passed along the ureters to the bladder, and expelled with the urine. See also stranguary. Synonym: kidney stone. Sandy matter concreted in the kidneys
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Gravel

A disease characterized by small stones which are formed in the kidneys, passed along the ureters to the bladder, and expelled with the urine. Also called a kidney stone.
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Gravel

A disease characterized by small stones which are formed in the kidneys, passed along the ureters to
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Gravel

A disease characterized by small stones which are formed in the kidneys, passed along the ureters to the bladder, and expelled with the urine. Synonym
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gravel

A mixture composed primarily of rock fragments 2 mm (0.08 inch) to 7.6 cm (3 inches) in diameter. Usually contains much sand.
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Gravel

A term used to describe unconsolidated sediments composed of rock fragments. These rock fragments have a size that is greater than 2 millimeters.
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gravel

aggregate of more or less rounded rock fragments coarser than sand (i.e., more than 2 mm [0.08 inch] in diameter). Gravel beds in some places contain ... [3 related articles]
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Gravel

An abscess of the hoof wall extending from the white line to the coronet
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Gravel

Basic bedding for any aquariums, make sure you have enough in your tank.
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gravel

Coarse sediment consisting of pebbles or small fragments of rock, originating in the beds of lakes and streams or on beaches. Gravel is quarried for use in road building, railway ballast, and for an aggregate in concrete. It is obtained from quarries known as gravel pits, where it is often found mixed with sand or clay. Some gravel deposits also co...
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GRAVEL

Common term describing drainage at the coronary band of the foot; caused by infection that migrates up the hoof wall and breaks out as an abscess at the coronary band.
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Gravel

Composed chiefly of quartz but may contain granite, limestone, basalt and other rocks.
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Gravel

Composed chiefly of quartz, but may contain granite, limestone, basalt, and other rocks.
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