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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.

Patient discussion about road

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?

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References in classic literature ?
Now, when I study 'pon it, I think de straight road de best, deridedly.
The mender of roads, blue cap in hand, wiped his swarthy forehead with it, and said, "Where shall I commence, monsieur?
At this a sort of panic possessed me, and like a boy I raced down the road after her.
If he is but half a monk,'' said the Jester, ``he should not be wholly unreasonable with those whom he meets upon the road, even if they should be in no hurry to answer questions that no way concern them.
This appeal seemed to produce some effect, for two of the fellows began to look here and there among the lumber, but half-heartedly, I thought, and with half an eye to their own danger all the time, while the rest stood irresolute on the road.
The long Road that overpasses all the rivers of Hind,' said the lama gaily.
So, when they were rested, Dorothy picked up her basket and they started along the grassy bank, to the road from which the river had carried them.
It was somewhat disguised from the road in passing it by yews and evergreen oaks, but it was visible enough up here.
How much time elapsed between your turning the corner and your discovery that the road was clear?
Kutuzov himself with all his transport took the road to Znaim.
I wonder," said Ojo, looking up and down the road, "which way to go.
The road through Karamyshevo was more frequented and was well marked with a double row of high stakes.