Definition of surfacing
: material forming or used to form a surface
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The state of Missouri had told the Trinity Lutheran Church preschool that the state couldn’t pay for the preschool’s safer playground surfacing, because the state banned funding any church.
And there were examples where coaches saw what looked like shoddy prep surfacing in inexplicable mental errors in games.
Others in the river, hooked to the rope, diving and surfacing.
The size, formidable and weird appearance and brief surfacing time of elephant seals means that encounters with them at the sea surface must surely be memorable events.
Jesse Hunt, a spokesman for the NRCC said in a statement prior to the allegations surfacing.
The school will also start replacing wood chip surfacing with pour in place surfacing to help accessibility for wheelchairs and children who use walkers, and replacing a play pit with zero level entry surfacing.
Federal land managers are considering installation of sound walls around industrial sites, mandatory shuttle buses to cut car traffic, and new road surfacing designed to absorb noise from vehicle engines and tires.
Consider quartz composite, a newer type of solid surfacing material.
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