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concrete

(kŏn′krēt) (kŏn-krēt′) [L. concretus, solid]
Condensed, hardened, or solidified.
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The one time she and Martin had seemed quite close had been the moment in which she had agreed so quickly to change the location of the concrete floor.
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More than 60 entries were submitted for the competition, which is the work of the Oregon Concrete & Aggregate Producers Association and the Oregon chapter of the American Concrete Institute.
In practice, concrete delivery and pumping schedules for construction activities, such as piling, are confirmed a day in advance by the enabling works contractor in accordance with the quantity of concrete required for the day, and the progress of drilling and installation of reinforcing steel cages.
The resistance of the surface zone of concrete to permeation is an important indication of the quality of concrete.
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Besides creating pressure through osmosis and crystallisation, deicing chemicals increase the degree of concrete saturation and keep concrete pores at or near maximum fluid saturation, thus increasing the risk of frost damage (Litvan 1976).
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The purpose of concrete lining of canals was to provide the water to tail-end growers, sources concluded.
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"The DCC is the only professional organization dedicated to focusing on the issues, trends and work of the decorative concrete industry, and to meeting the needs of contractors who pursue this specialty market," says ASCC Decorative Concrete Specialist Todd Scharich.
[15], and other scholars found that the compressive strength of recycled aggregate concrete decreases with a certain range of contents, while the strength of concrete increases with other certain range of contents.