bank-run gravel

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  • (written as bank run gravel)
    Naturally occurring gravel deposits that are often located along rivers or lakes.
  • granular material excavated without screening, scalping, or crushing. This type of gravel is a naturally occurring aggregate comprised of cobbles, gravel, sand, and fines. See also bank gravel, run-of-bank gravel, all-in aggregate.
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