- n. Plural form of boulevard.
“Military units are now patrolling the main boulevards here in Cuernavaca, most of my Mexican friends here hope they will stay.”
“There is obvious wealth; at least on the main boulevards and in the large shopping centres.”
“The speed limit on the wide, dormant boulevards is 35 miles an hour, and it is respected.”
“As the boulevards are associated with Paris, Hyde Park with London and Fifth Avenue with New York City, so also is the cafe entwined with the city of Vienna.”
“The highways would include city streets, parkways, usually called boulevards, and country roads.”
“Another feature of the Barcelona boulevards was the police.”
“And the boulevards are a-thrill with the melody of living.”
“Not so bad, though it and the boulevards are a few miles apart!”
“The Viennese Cafe As the boulevards are associated with Paris, Hyde Park ...”
“I went back a few years later and the change was dramatic—bikes, cars, trucks; stylish women and men on the boulevards.”
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