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a side road little traveled (as in the countryside)


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Recently, many urbanities have built cabins on the wilderness byroads which network out from the Southern Shore highway.
The band -- which also includes bassist Mitch James, drummer James Branham and vocalist/turntablist/sampler Tony Byroads -- started touring, opening for Smile Empty Soul, Shinedown and Alter Bridge, co-headlining the SnoCore Tour with Helmet and Chevelle, as well as doing a series of radio festivals.
The Prime Minister said the Transport and Communications Ministry was the first to use the road map, which contained the scheme of all roads and byroads of Kyrgyzstan.
The Government plans to build 10 new bridges and 170 km of byroads to circumvent Uzbekistan's enclaves in Batken and Jalalabad oblasts.
And the fact's not lost on former Fast Show funnyman Simon Day, even if his travelling the length and breadth of Great Britain's byroads for his new eight-part show, No County For Old Men, isn't quite so glamorous a gig.
I hate the phrase 'political correctness gone mad', but when you get the police start to go down such byroads of the law, they need to be reminded that there's a job to be done.
Featuring the dual vocals of frontman and guitarist Ed Sloan and DJ/Vocalist Tony Byroads, Mitch James on bass (and backing vocals) and James Branham on drums, the hard rock quartet detonated on impact with Crossfade, an explosive album of sprawling melodic rock which was released in the spring of 2004.
We will endeavour to consolidate it, by improving the regional network of classified roads over 56 kilometres and the network of structured urban roads over 61 kilometres, in addition to rehabilitating and asphalting 39 kilometres of byroads.
You're not superstitious but over the past few weeks as you travelled the frosty byroads of Ireland, shuttling from one Cheltenham preview night stage to another, you played down what you thought you were sitting on.
The National Guard said later that the trucks had planned to bypass the village using byroads, but as these were closed the vehicles had to double back and cross the village's main street on their way to the camp -- ruining the military's incognito operation.
By good fortune, two major byroads designed to circumvent the terrible traffic jams that snarl up the main arteries into and out of Nairobi will pass very close to Tatu City.
Thousands of policemen deployed around Al-Buraq Wall and the vicinity of the old town in Jerusalem, closing main streets and byroads to facilitate entrance of Israelis to the Buraq region.
Dubai: Traffic is flowing again after two major diversions for the Dubai Canal project opened within a week of each other, easing pressure on byroads.