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 n.— «A process known as “hot-in-place” treatment will also be used to extend the life of some city streets. Dopp described the process as a way to recycle existing road materials by heating the surface and then adding fresh liquid asphalt.» —“Vote set on B.C. road work” by Barrett Newkirk Battle Creek Enquirer (Michigan) Mar. 2, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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