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bank-run gravel[′baŋk ‚rən ′grav·əl]
A natural deposit comprising gravel or sand.
Aggregate taken directly from natural deposits; contains both large and small stones. Also known as bank gravel; run-of-bank gravel.
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bank-run gravel, bank gravel, run-of-bank gravel
Aggregate taken directly from natural deposits; contains both large and small stones.
pit-run gravel, bank-run gravel
Ungraded gravel as it is taken directly from a gravel pit.
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