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On ground of intersecting highways, I would consolidate my alliances.
Many times she caught the glitter of the chariot and ran into the Highway to give thanks to the Fairy Godmother; but she was never fleet enough to reach the spot.
I have heard the rumble of your chariot wheels on the great Highway, and I knew that you were on the King's business.
His title of Captain of the Kaolian Road explained his timely presence in the heart of the savage forest, for every highway upon Barsoom is patrolled by doughty warriors of the noble class, nor is there any service more honorable than this lonely and dangerous duty in the less frequented sections of the domains of the red men of Barsoom.
Discouraged, I withdrew into the forest beside a broad highway which entered the city from the east, and with Woola beside me lay down to sleep.
Whenever did anyone in all the world see one who had slain a man, and was escaping because of it, tripping along the highway like a dainty court damsel, sniffing at a rose the while?
George Willard was the re- porter on the Winesburg Eagle and sometimes in the evenings he walked out along the highway to Wing Biddlebaum's house.
A clamber over the hill into the adjoining vale brought him to the fence of a highway whose contours he recognized, which settled the question of their whereabouts.
For the first time in Saskatchewan history, the Highways and Infrastructure Budget tops $1 billion.
The dustup over the Oregon Transportation Commission's decision to rename Belt Line Road in honor of the late Randy Pap raises the issue of how many other highways are named.
He says upgrades are underway on Highways 144 and 655 in the Timmins area, but Highway 11 is a cross-Canada route used by long-haul truck drivers "and it needs some attention.
The Green Highways Partnership is a voluntary, collaborative effort aimed at fostering partnerships to improve upon natural, built, social and environmental conditions while addressing the functional requirements of transportation infrastructure.
The architects of the European Union (EU) originally designed a coordinated system of roads and highways, called the Trans European Network (TEN).
If such a highway could overcome financial, engineering and environmental issues, it would provide a new northern outlet for congested Los Angeles traffic, add a third connection for the Antelope Valley beyond highways 14 and 138 and create access for future air travelers to reach the Palmdale airport, Palmdale officials said.
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