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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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de Roy had arrived on an English ship (not named) in May, but remained on board in the roadstead and later departed.
On a bad day for the Dutch, Fajardo appeared off the roadstead, managing to block off escape for nine ships and their crews.
An extensive "Google Books" search has revealed small islands called The Three Brothers (De Drie Gebroeders) in the Macassar roadstead, where there was a useful anchorage (Edeling 1832:121, 124).
The expedition finally returned to Lorient roadstead on 24 March 1804, but without its commander Baudin, who had died the previous September in Mauritius.
In accordance with the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899, one may not "excavate," "fill," "build" structures upon, or "in any manner alter or modify the course, location, condition, or capacity of, any port, roadstead, haven, harbor, canal, lake, harbor or refuge, or inclosure [sic] within the limits of any breakwater, or of the channel of any navigable water of the United States," unless Congress or the Army Corps of Engineers (hereinafter "Army Corps") approves such action in advance of the project.
He stated that Jim was a man he'd seen "pass by" on a roadstead, "appealing," "one of us" ("Author's" ix).
Corbett described two traditional concentration points for the Royal Navy, one near the French island of Ushant off Brittany to control the Channel, and the other in the Downs (a roadstead near Dover) to guard against invasion threats from the North Sea.
3) In Article 18, the term "passage" is defined as the means of navigation through the territorial sea for either of two purposes: first, "traversing that sea without entering internal waters or calling at a roadstead or port facility outside internal waters", and second, "proceeding to or from internal waters or calling at such roadstead or port facility".
Transporting the ore involves using specially designed self-loading barges, and Faber says Foss developed the world's first roadstead loading of dry bulk cargo in order to make the most of the short shipping season.
Contract notice: Passenger transport - waived school transport within the city limits roadstead
The Bay exhibits a most peculiar phenomenon in the fact that, altho' being more an open roadstead than a bay, the water is always comparatively smooth, so that vessels may always ride at anchor with perfect safety, altho' it may be blowing a severe gale dead in shore.
The British government reasoned Eisler had "already rendered himself liable" to the American jurisdiction and thus "automatically, to that of any country into which, or into ports or roadstead of which, he or the vessel carrying him subsequently" docked.