Roads


Roads
   BL Government makes provision for, in 1841, 98-99; winter roads at Quebec, 146-147. See also Yonge Street; Dundas Street; Baldoon Road.

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  • roads — roads; roads·man; …   English syllables

  • roads —    In the absence of significant inland waterways, and with a deficient rail network (see also railways), roads have come to carry the bulk of all land based passenger and freight traffic in Spain. Across the system the quality of road connection …   Encyclopedia of contemporary Spanish culture

  • roads —    Long before any human made roads were built in Mesopotamia, people used the rivers to travel long distances. If they had to journey overland, they used donkeys, and later camels and horses, and followed the routes that were physically easiest …   Ancient Mesopotamia dictioary

  • Roads — (as used in expressions) Hampton Roads Hampton Roads, batalla de Hampton Roads, conferencia de …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • roads — Essential for trade and travel in Palestine; roads went from north to south along the coast, and further inland between the hills, with branches into Galilee. Roman highways were kept in good repair and greatly facilitated Paul s journeys,… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • roads — plural of road …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • Roads — This interesting surname, chiefly found in Yorkshire and Lancashire, is of Anglo Saxon origin, and may be either a topographical name for someone who lived by a clearing in woodland, from the Olde English pre 7th Century rod , clearing, or a… …   Surnames reference

  • ROADS — Robust Open Architecture Distributed Switching (SONET) …   Acronyms

  • ROADS — Robust Open Architecture Distributed Switching (SONET) …   Acronyms von A bis Z

  • roads — rəʊd n. avenue, street, paved or packed surface designed for travel; path, way; roadstead, protected area for ships to anchor; railway, train track …   English contemporary dictionary