In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- One suggestion I've heard is to run the race along Aotea Quay between the highway off-ramp and the railway station.
- And when I took the off-ramp, the Mustang was glued to my tail.
- Looking out at chain-link fences, gantry cranes, and a highway off-ramp at the edge of San Francisco Bay, I am in a very unlikely site to appreciate nature.
- Mitch swerved the car down an off-ramp, and screeched the tires onto a road.
- The job involved building four on- and off-ramps plus the County Road 37 overpass over State Route 15, a four-lane highway.
- One script, called The Rose Girl, centred on young women who stand at traffic lights or motorway off-ramps selling flowers to commuters.
- In addition to the new bridge deck, work this summer on the $84.2 million Fort Pitt project included replacing aging tunnel tiles, repaving roads and rebuilding off-ramps.
- Compare that with current plans to accommodate a fleeting parade of tourists by constructing directional signposts, parking lots, interpretive waysides and even new freeway off-ramps.
- Also closed on the day of the show will be the southbound Highland Avenue off-ramp from the 101 Freeway.
- He swerved onto the off-ramp and drove down, pulling onto the Zack's street.
- Motion adaptation can also cause problems when a driver exits a highway and enters an off-ramp, said Dr. Gray.
- Arriving a few minutes late, I saw a freeway off-ramp blocked by debris and large objects (old sofas, etc).
- When you finally realise you have to change lanes to make your off-ramp, you indicate.
- There are expressways, smaller lanes, on-ramps and off-ramps and intersections.
- They don't think widening McKnight Boulevard to six lanes between 4th Streets East and West with its associated off-ramps will ease traffic congestion.
- Use major highways where traffic flow is separated by medians, and access is controlled by on-and off-ramps.
- To add onto that there was an off-ramp to my right.
- Work is under way on the construction of new on- and off-ramps from the M1 highway, to give direct access to Newtown for motorists from the north and south of the city.
- He had to catch an off-ramp that led him along a long, wooded, two-way road that eventually led to his destination.
- I hooked my A4 around and took the Pico off-ramp.
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