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road

related to animals on roadways.

road accidents
results in traumatic injuries because of collisions with vehicles, falling on uneven or slippery surfaces.
road founder
traumatic laminitis.
road transportation
motor transport.

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Q. Is there a connection between bipolar disorder and road rage? I know someone who may have a bipolar disorder, but he also has road rage. Is there a possible connection between bipolar disorder and road rage?

A. You're the best. I would gladly call her.

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In contrast, applications for work in our national pounds 35bn road building scheme seem to be allowed to overspend at will, and fail to provide real transport solutions.
Under the settlement terms landowners will get an extra pounds 4000 per acre for property required for road building.
Forest Service and the Washington Department of Natural Resources are gearing up for some major logging and road building.
BRIAN DUFF, right, business unit director at Mouchel Highways, looks at some possible solutions to the region's infrastructure challenges : The A66 between Carkin Moor and Scotch Corner project was praised because there were no accidents during the road building project
The 23 Orchard Road building is a unique facility that lies on 70 acres of land and includes a tennis court, ball field and a sand volleyball court," said Meisel.
Current road building plans will simply increase traffic and are starting to rival the Tories old road building programme.
At a time of record federal budget deficits, the huge taxpayer subsidies required for road building in the Tongass represent such a crass, over-the-top form of corporate welfare that even Congress couldn't swallow it - and that's saying something.
Superior Aggregates, a subsidiary company of the Carlo Companies, a Detroit road building and contracting business, has tabled plans with Michipicoten Township to establish a quarry, warehouse and to ship trap rock by lake freighter to markets around the Great Lakes as part of a harbour revitalization project.
The owner of Harrington Tools is seeking to be reimbursed for having to clean up asbestos contamination in the West San Fernando Road building she bought in 1992 - a structure previously owned by a company that processed more than 100,000 tons of insulation, using asbestos from the Libby mine.
Strapped for adequate road building funds, the California legislature passed a law enabling the California Transportation Department to entertain proposals for up to four privately funded highway projects.
Sutter's thesis is that road building and "the nascent American car culture" accounts in great part for the emergence of modern wilderness advocacy and the Wilderness Society's forming.