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1 He seized the roads to Delphi and started harassing the pilgrims.
2 Ancyra's importance rested on the fact that it was the junction point where the roads in northern Anatolia running north–south and east–west intersected, giving it major strategic importance for Rome's eastern frontier.
3 and digging of wells and plantation of trees along the roads.
4 This minimized the intrusion of the roads, and Gaudí designed them using local stone in a way that integrates them closely into the landscape.
5 This project will help organize traffic because the buses now have a specific line on the roads and there would be more control over transportation and passengers.
6 Some of the roads among postwar building development nearby are named commemoratively, e.g. Więżniów Oświęcimia ("Prisoners of Oświęcim"), Obozowa ("Camp"), Ostatni Etap ("Last Stage"), Spóldzielców ("Of the co-workers"), Ofiar Faszyzmu ("Victims of Fascism"), Piwniczna ("Cellar", "Basement"), and personal names.
7 The George Gate became the most important of Berlin's city gates during the 16th century, being the main entrance point for goods arriving along the roads to the north and north-east of the city, for example from Oderberg, Prenzlau and Bernau, and the big Hanseatic cities on the Baltic Sea.
8 These two main axes, as well as the roads leading to suburban villages, connect Ajaccio from the north - the site of Ajaccio forming a dead end blocked by the sea to the south.
9 Other examples which have brought together ideas of cognition and landscape include studies of the cosmic order embedded in the roads of settlements.
10 Without the manpower to hold the roads, his unit took to making offensive hit-and-run raids on Arab forces in the vicinity of Kfar Malal.
11 There is a proposal to develop some of the roads running from the south-west to the north-east to create an all-weather road named the Outback Highway, crossing the continent diagonally from Laverton, Western Australia (north of Kalgoorlie, through the Northern Territory to Winton, in Queensland.
12 The roads are often quite steep, narrow and winding, and ruts can be a problem when it rains.
13 That means that only 5.5% of the roads are paved and that 94.5% are unpaved.
14 The roads leading north and west were choked with fugitives.
15 However, the heavy road tolls imposed by the turnpike trusts discouraged steam road vehicles and left the way clear for the horse bus companies, and from 1861 onwards, harsh legislation virtually eliminated mechanically propelled vehicles from the roads of Great Britain for 30 years, the Locomotive Act of that year imposing restrictive speed limits on "road locomotives" of 5 mph in towns and cities, and 10 mph in the country.
16 A massive traffic jam resulted when the 4th Panzer and the 1st Panzer choked the roads, stopping both dead while they cleared the mess of thousands of vehicles.
17 The roads were in poor condition after the night's heavy rain, and Bülow's men had to pass through the congested streets of Wavre and move 88 artillery pieces.
18 The aim was to increase speed, reliability, safety, and line capacity through a series of measures that would make services more attractive to passengers and freight operators, thus recovering traffic lost to the roads.
19 Some, but not all of the roads in the capital N'Djamena are paved.
20 The urban bus system, the world's most common form of public transport, uses a network of scheduled routes to move people through the city, alongside cars, on the roads.
21 Of the current total roadway network, only about 50% of the roads and highways are hard surfaced, all-weather, and in good condition.
22 About 50% of the roads were constructed of crushed stone, gravel, or compacted earth.
23 Major roads include: The roads east to Sudan and north to rishon kabur 900 km; traditional trade carried on by means of shallow-draft dugouts;
24 Even something as basic as the length of axles for carts—which need to match ruts in the roads—had to be made uniform to ensure a viable trading system throughout the empire.
25 In addition, the number of motor cars on the roads rose from 3 million to 5 million from 1945 to 1951, and seaside holidays were taken by far more people than ever before.
26 In the 1980s and 1990s there was a significant increase in passenger transport on the roads in the Czech Republic, which was associated with a sharp increase in the accident rate.
27 The Confederates burned bridges, laid land mines in the roads, and made harbors inlets and inland waterways unusable with sunken mines (called "torpedoes" at the time).
28 The cairns that mark the place where someone died or cover the graves alongside the roads where in the past people were buried are called Fiéis de Deus.
29 The high number of public cars that travel the roads, and the fact that they do not lend themselves to regulation or central control, causes frequent transit problems among city roads.
30 sg. pa (+A) ceļu (along the road) ~ pl. pa (+D) ceļiem (along the roads).