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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- Typically, the enemy chooses to stage attacks from areas which have access roads, buildings, overpasses or thick brush along MSRs and auxiliary supply routes.
- Leave your vehicle immediately and seek shelter, but not under overpasses and bridges.
- As the driver lost control of the bus and it slid toward a railway overpass, he yelled, ‘Hold on!’
- Overhead, a helicopter hovers at such a low height that it only just clears the occasional overpass bridges that appear.
- Remember bridges and overpasses freeze up before and remain frozen longer than other road surfaces.
- It also involves dismounting to clear bridges, under bridges, overpasses, signs, culverts and guard rails.
- This involves what's called surface infrastructure, and so you're talking about bridges, roads, overpasses, possibly the reconstruction or refurbishment of ports and so forth.
- Motorcyclists congregated under overpasses, bridges and bus stops, taking up much of the road as they waited for the rain to ease.
- The current structure encompasses a pedestrian walkway, rail line and a vehicle overpass.
- Additionally, prior knowledge of the route will allow soldiers to anticipate actions that will be required at choke points, bridges, overpasses, and intersections.
- As part of their August crackdown on drugs, police set up a roadside checkpoint under the overpass on Pratamnak Road on August 12.
- The plan would replace two overpasses - for the railway and the expressway - with tunnels at the foot of these streets, making access to the lake even uglier and more forbidding than it already is.
- To make things worse, the city administration has blamed annual flooding and the worsening condition of overpasses and bridges on squatters.
- ‘Up there, under the overpass and cross the road,’ she said.
- He said registration officials would have a hard time registering eligible voters living in slums or under bridges and overpasses.
- One revealed that hundreds of bridges and overpasses required urgent upgrade, or were described as ‘life expired’.
- It was pulled off beside the road under an overpass.
- The piers of roadway overpasses and underpasses tend to have solid cross sections.
- Seven cars filled with oats and one empty car derailed near an overpass on Sangamon Avenue, Springfield police and the Union Pacific Railroad said.
- Osier and Mrs. Thomassen found my sister shivering in a pile of leaves under a railway overpass on the east side of downtown.
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