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TRAVEL
ROADWAY
GARY YOUNG
PAVEMENT MARKINGS
LIGHT BRAKING
PAVEMENT MATERIALS
AMIENS CATHEDRAL
AUSTRALIA
DESERT PAVEMENT
VERSION
RACING
FORMS
TRANSITION
MAINTENANCE
HITLER
EXPENSIVE
THEORY
QUESTION
MARK
ARCHITECTURE
TEMPLE
SPACE
COLUMNS
GROUND
HITTING
SURFACE
CITY
MAIN ROAD
RACING GAME
START
FIRST FULL SEASON
DRIVERS
CARS
MILES
HIGHWAYS
DESIGNATING
GOOD SHAPE
WALL
STOP
TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY
ALBUM
SONIC YOUTH
ROAD RACING
OWN NICHE
TRACK
ASPHALT
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Definitions

  1. Pavement was an American indie rock band in the 1990s.
  2. The pavement is being extended as far as the 'Golden Gate' in the eastern wall.
  3. Desert pavement is a naturally occurring, single layer of closely fitted rock fragments.
  4. Desert pavement is a sparsely vegetated desert flatland totally covered with a single layer of desert-varnished rocks.
  5. Desert pavement is easily identified in space images (e.g., in Plate E-24, the Turpan Depression).

Travel

  1. Ignoring designated bicycle lane stripes when choosing where to travel on the pavement.

Roadway

  1. Saturday. His car then traveled back across the pavement and off the left side of the roadway, sliding sideways and striking a utility pole as it overturned.

Gary Young

  1. By that point, Pavement had become an actual band, one with a notorious, acid-fried ex-hippie drummer called Gary Young.

Pavement Markings

  1. Some countries apply pavement markings to clearly indicate the limits of each lane and the direction of travel that it must be used for.

Light Braking

  1. Turn 4 (Surtees): This left-hand corner requires light braking to keep to the pavement, and flows quickly into McLaren.

Pavement Materials

  1. Buckling is also a failure mode in pavement materials, primarily with concrete since asphalt is more flexible.

Amiens Cathedral

  1. Art and architecture swastika on a Roman mosaic Interlocking swastika design in pavement of Amiens Cathedral.

Australia

  1. Some rays and the cestracion of Australia have the jaws filled with teeth, flattened and joined together like blocks in a pavement, or like mosaic.

Desert Pavement

  1. In Australia the desert pavement is called The Gibber.

Version

  1. Street hockey is a version of ice hockey played (most typically) on residential streets with or without inline skates, on bare pavement.

Racing

  1. NASCAR vice president Jim Hunter on Wednesday laid out the guidelines for racing on wet pavement.

Forms

  1. This can save energy compared with other forms of transportation, such as road transport which depends on rubber tires on pavement.
  2. Safety improvements like Traffic signs, Crash barriers, Raised pavement markers, and other forms of Road surface marking are installed.

Transition

  1. Teams will also be working on their spring shock package to prepare the car to handle the transition between the new and old pavement.

Maintenance

  1. Airport improvement projects slated for the 2005-2007 biennium are in the areas of pavement, safety, planning, maintenance, security and runway safety.

Hitler

  1. Hitler suffered a dislocated shoulder when the man he had locked arms with was shot and dragged Hitler down to the pavement.

Expensive

  1. Because airport pavement construction is so expensive, every effort is made to minimize the stresses imparted to the pavement by aircraft.

Theory

  1. Old pavement, new pavement, the same theory applies, and that's not something you see at most of the races we go to.

Question

  1. Like the question about the pavement, you can drive the cars sideways here a little bit.
  2. Post a question or answer questions about "desert pavement" at WikiAnswers.

Mark

  1. Soar above the rim and leave your mark as NBA Street V3 hits the pavement: 3-on-3, over-the-top, and larger than life.

Architecture

  1. Art and architecture The modern version of lauburu is rounded Interlocking swastika design in pavement of Amiens Cathedral.

Temple

  1. Soon after, Mentuhotep II entirely rebuilt the temple, laying a stone pavement over the area, about 45 ft (14 m) square, and added subsidiary chambers.

Space

  1. The plazas extend from building to building, incorporating the sidewalks, pavement, and center garden or jardin into the space.

Columns

  1. The only remains of the temple are parts of the pavement and bits of reliefs and columns.
  2. The stylobate is the flat pavement on which the columns are placed.

Ground

  1. Depending on their configuration, an airport can have sections of their pavement where collisions between airplanes on the ground can tend to occur.

Hitting

  1. McBride fell 12 stories, hitting the pavement like a Hefty bag filled with vegetable soup.

Surface

  1. Desert Pavement: A thin, surface layer of closely packed pebbles.
  2. Because moisture is not evenly distributed in the soil or pavement, this expansion is irregular and may produce considerable bumpiness in the surface.

City

  1. In the year 2000, the City of New York began honoring American fashion designers by placing bronze plaques along the pavement of 7th Avenue.
  2. US SC 1877 Facts: guy is making an invention for pavement he puts it in the city.

Main Road

  1. The other option is to walk along the main road down into New Quay but there is no pavement for about 100 yards.
  2. Despite the appearances of the town from the main road, the centre is very pretty - it's pedestrianised with lots of trees and pavement cafes.

Racing Game

  1. The only time we get to touch their pavement is when we turn on our video game console and load up a racing game.

Start

  1. The best place to start is the Praça Marquês de Pombal at the heart of the town, where the stone pavement radiates out from the obelisk erected in 1776.

First Full Season

  1. Martin will hit the pavement in 2009 at full steam and will compete in his first full season since 2006.

Drivers

  1. Because the drivers weren't positive the patch of pavement between turns 1 and 2 could hold, they couldn't risk holding back after the second repair.
  2. Drivers such as Bowyer and Edwards have an edge in dirt-track experience, but those whose careers have been spent on pavement are trying to close the gap.
  3. Dave Thompson is a spokesman for ODOT. He says not only do chains chew up bare pavement, they can also be expensive for drivers to replace.

Cars

  1. The Auto Club Speedway is full of seams in the pavement that control the racing and affect the cars.

Miles

  1. Jason [Miles] would have a fleet of sales reps to pound the pavement.

Highways

  1. Asphalt concrete, normally known simply as asphalt, is a composite material commonly used for construction of pavement, highways and parking lots.

Designating

  1. There may be parking lane markings on the pavement effectively designating which meter a parking space corresponds to.

Good Shape

  1. It is the only piece of pavement on the entire atoll that I can see and it appears to be recently done and in good shape.

Wall

  1. Localized pressure sources are usually discrete objects, such as the finger pressing on the wall, or the tires of a car pressed against the pavement.
  2. Sometimes these were set vertically, usually in a wall, but usually they were set horizonatlly, flush with the pavement of a church, to mark a tomb.

Stop

  1. Stop for a walk along the ancient pavement of the original Roman grid, which crosses the ruins of the Roman Forum, the Curia, and the Reggia.
  2. While many crosswalks are marked, Raulerson said, drivers must also yield or stop for pedestrians at intersections without pavement markings.

Talladega Superspeedway

  1. Talladega Superspeedway went under heavy re-construction on the pavement of the racing surface and down on the apron (trouble lane).

Album

  1. The album sold better than its predecessors, but Pavement remained a cult band.

Sonic Youth

  1. In 1995 Moby also headlined the second stage at Lollapalooza, playing alongside Beck, Sonic Youth, and Pavement.

Road Racing

  1. And my other son (Ayrton) wants to go road racing and this is a perfect venue to start that with small bikes and the pavement.

Own Niche

  1. Never as acclaimed as Pavement, or as prolific as Guided by Voices, they nevertheless carved their own niche in the genre with their unique and quirky sound.

Track

  1. It was originally a pavement track before being covered in dirt in 2007.
  2. Granted, Toyota hasn’t exactly been burning up the pavement, and Michael Waltrip Racing hasn’t had a lot of face time on the track.

Asphalt

  1. Concrete saw, usually powered by an internal combustion engine and used with a Diamond Blade to cut concrete or asphalt pavement.
  2. After wear and tear and maintenance, the residual value of the asphalt pavement was 203% more than the concrete road.
  3. More results Only the poet or the saint can water an asphalt pavement in the confident anticipation that lilies will reward his labour.

Categories

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  2. Glare
  3. Road Courses
  4. Magnified
  5. Sidewalk

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