"road metal," as the supply of broken stones for roads is now called, is the fruit of the crusher.
The stones have been taken for road metal, the earth to lay on the land.
Economic deposits in Llandovery rocks include slate pencils (Teesdale), building stone, flag-stone, road metal and lime.
The limestones afford the only rock within the quadrangle which can be used for road metal.
ThePg 187 paths were made of Turkish tombstones, which were always used in Uskub for road metal.
The slag solidifies into a hard stone which is broken up and used for making concrete and tar-paving, also for road metal.
The figure was that of a negro, who sat on a rock pile in the sun, hammering limestone chunks into road metal.
Flints from the chalk are used for road metal and concrete, and have been employed in building as a facing for walls.
He carted away the interesting land-mark and broke up the cairn into road metal.
The machinery used for crushing by steam-power, hard rocks into road metal, gets so hot that the surfaces cannot be touched.