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  1. In your article today, you wondered where the road builders got the dirt to give the roads on the flat their convex shape that encourages drainage. I don’t know about Georgia, but in Texas the roads are the same way, rounded, high in the middle, and lower on the edges. They have what Texans call bar ditches on either side of the road.
    In this case, the word “bar” is a shortened form of the word “borrow”. In other words, they borrowed dirt from alongside the road to make the convex surface.

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