detour


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Synonyms for detour

diversion

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Synonyms for detour

to pass around but not through

Synonyms for detour

a roundabout road (especially one that is used temporarily while a main route is blocked)

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travel via a detour

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Available now in the iOS App Store, Detour is the definitive San Francisco guide, a collection of 10 carefully curated and artfully designed walks that reveal the heart of the city.
We had McClure Engineering come in and look at what it would cost to do that detour," Spencer City Manager Bob Fagen explained.
To mark this occasion, Michael Gravelle, minister of Northern development and mines, local mayors, and Aboriginal leaders visited the Detour Lake mine on Sept.
Meanwhile, the RTA said it regrets any inconvenience that might be caused by the detour.
Only decades later did auteur critics at Cahiers du cinema and, later, Andrew Sarris champion Ulmer's artistic economy, inaugurating a newfound appreciation for his films, above all 1945's Detour.
The temporary footbridge is related to the rehabilitation of the Belmont Street bridge over the highway, and will allow pedestrians to detour safely around the bridge work zone, according to the state Department of Transportation Highway Division.
Ken Christensen, tribal administrator with the Stoney Nakoda First Nation, told CTV News, "Nation members own the reserve and people were illegally--and I want to emphasize illegally--on the reserve using it as a detour route.
A detour is scheduled to be in effect from Monday until Wednesday, May 23.
Songkick Detour is delighted to announce a special collaboration with Andrew Bird for its first fan-funded tour of Latin America.
Watch for detour signs, flaggers, and construction equipment.
Carlsbad, CA--an industry leader in developing whey-based products including Designer Whey Protein Powder and the Detour Protein Bar--has announced the sale of Next's protein bar business to Forward Foods.
Detour by Richard Meese is a catching and engaging suspense novel providing the reader with a romantic tale of the everyday, mundane frequency and predictability of Margaret Brady's routine existence--and the one day which changed the entire rest of her life.
The southern portion of the outboard detour roadway, constructed over the East River, consists of a concrete deck on steel stringers spanning 100 feet between bents of 54-inch diameter steel caissons.
60 to other roads were all built simultaneously while more than 113,000 vehicles per day were directed to a single alternate route, cutting nearly 300 days off the detour schedule and eliminating unnecessary delays for motorists.
I wrote that "the Cold War seems more like an end--or rather a detour from history--a time when the left was disoriented and the political life of the nation became one-dimensional.