- n. Plural form of roadside.
“All burning, agricultural and residential, as well as special burns such as roadsides and ditches will be prohibited Saturday and Sunday.”
“But we all have our favorite mescals, usually produced in small mom-and-pop operations peppering roadsides in specific regions of the state, usually much better than the commercial labels.”
“But I saw ravens constantly throughout the winter, mostly at higher elevations or along roadsides feeding on vehicle-killed carcasses, so perhaps the highway carnage was beneficial to the meat-eating birds.”
“The closure has led to a backup of traffic bound for Afghanistan, with trucks left stranded on Pakistani roadsides, vulnerable to militant attacks.”
“She said her definition of news was not reporting about world events or famous people, but "about the weeds and the crops and the roadsides and the weather and the children," as she had in her prize-winning column, which was about the hard work and shared satisfaction of neighbors helping each other harvest their grain.”
“Drive west to Fort-de-France, stopping at one of the little Creole barbecue operations that pepper the roadsides.”
“Women working on rural roadsides in Catalonia must ...”
“Women working on rural roadsides in Catalonia must don the vests to avoid a €40 ($56) fine.”
“This modern-day naturalist seeks them out in fields and backyards, on beaches, and at roadsides.”
“CORNISH: From his minority perch, Issa kicked off the skirmish over the Democrat's attempt to lure Congressman Joe Sestak out of the Pennsylvania Senate race and criticized stimulus act roadsides as propaganda.”
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