A stretch in a sentence
1. A stretch in Harrisonburg was opened as well.
2. It is also a stretch reflex.
3. They run together on a stretch of the city bypass.
4. That's too much of a stretch."
5. Axonotmesis mainly follows a stretch injury.
6. It began a stretch of five consecutive losses.
7. A stretch of rock eroded by wind, water, and sand.
8. It wasn't much of a stretch!
9. He worked for three months at a stretch.
10. He also had a stretch of 116 consecutive games.
11. In A), Stretch of a right hip flexor, iliopsoas.
12. The area encompasses a stretch of the Front Range.
13. It was a stretch of Ustrzyki deposits of oil.
14. The A58 has a stretch called Aachen Way.
15. It's definitely a stretch and a leap.
16. It's a little bit of a stretch, but, you know."
17. It wasn't that much of a stretch."
18. They are separated from it by a stretch of lawn.
19. This, to put it mildly, is a stretch."
20. This he did for many years at a stretch.
21. It wasn't a stretch at all;
22. It’s almost a stretch to call it jazz.
23. A reach is (among other things) a stretch of water.
24. In fact, even calling it a "film" is a stretch.
25. The site is a stretch of a former railway line.
26. The site includes a stretch of Harpers Brook.
27. A stretch of breakwater in Souris was washed out.
28. The lorry skidded on a stretch of black ice .
29. Lashi Lake is a stretch of plateau wetlands.
30. You did a stretch in Cashman too?
- the only transportation
- rural homes
- the only land access
- its entire route
- northern Southeast Alaska
- the White Pass and Yukon Route
- Skagway northwards
- cruise liner
- the 1983 BBC television series
- The Alaska Rail network
- The nearest link
- the North American railway network
- the northwest terminus
- the feasibility
- a rail link
- Alaska Rail Marine
- car float service
- road or highway access
- the only modes
- Alaska's well-developed state-owned ferry system
- The ferries transport vehicles
- a ferry service
- the Inside Passage
- The Inter-Island Ferry Authority
- an important marine link
- many communities
- Wales Island region
- cruise lines
- a summertime tourism market
- a lesser degree
- Alaska's gulf coast
- up to four large cruise ships
- Alaska's extremely well developed bush air services
- an Alaskan novelty
- a lesser extent Fairbanks
- many major airlines
- limited highway access
- air travel
- the most efficient form
- extensive remodeling