right of way

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Synonyms for right of way

the act, condition, or right of preceding

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the privilege of someone to pass over land belonging to someone else

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the right of one vehicle or vessel to take precedence over another

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the passage consisting of a path or strip of land over which someone has the legal right to pass

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construction machinery often associated with third-party damage to pipeline infrastructure), changed conditions (erosion, subsidence), and leaks on pipeline right of ways and corridors.
County public works crews will remove illegally placed signs, along with portable basketball hoops in right of ways, the latter on a complaint basis, Petsch said.
Some residents living around The Ghyll, The Fairway and Viewlands at Fixby did not know a right of way ran through part of the modern housing estate.
have not responded to Calleguas' request for right of ways.
The gathering line right of ways also create pathways that allow invasive species to access inner parts of the forest.
LIBERAL Democrat councillors have called for a halt to budget cuts for public right of ways.
Our challenge now is to continue to grow our pipeline solutions for these international markets so that Caterpillar machinery will take a leadership role on the world's pipeline right of ways as it has in North America.
Adel Al Marzouqi, Director of Right of Ways Services Department at the RTA Traffic and Roads Agency, reassured motorists that the Traffic and Roads Agency will divert traffic to the other stream of the road such that it will be a two-way road.
Court of Federal Claims devoted considerable dicta in the Final Opinion holding that I also owned the forage on the ditch right of ways.