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  • Sherrod participated in numerous 'road trips' that concentrated on rural communities including the Road to Change, the Independence from

    John Ryan: Sherrod Brown: Middle-Class Message Man

  • "You must choose a road for yourself" is a quote from Lone Wolf and Cub the Japanese graphic novel that inspired Max Allan Collins to write his own graphic novel, Road to Perdition later adapted by director Sam Mendes for the 2002 film of the same name, starring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman as crime boss John Rooney.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • If you look at the next map (comparing to the first map), the turn-off to Frosty Park is off the road from Colorado Springs to Cripple Creek (called the Gold Camp Road below) and takes place just to the right of the d in Road in the figure below, where a little lake is shown to the south of the road on the map at the right (matching the detail in the first map).

    Rocky Mountain High #2 « Climate Audit

  • There is an entire chapter on road retaining walls in TRL Overseas Road Note 16, Principles of low cost road engineering in mountainous terrain (chapter 11, Road retaining walls, pages 116 to 126).

    2.1 Retaining walls

  • Yet, viewing our species as a whole, the two classes may be seen to walk hand in hand along the same road, and in proportion as our nobler instincts germinate and develop, we must doubtless admit that it ought to be our active aim to make that road for both of them -- socially though not individually -- the Road to Destruction.

    On Life and Sex: Essays of Love and Virtue

  • THE ROAD There is a mystery concerning roads And he who loves the Road shall never tire.

    The Eye of Zeitoon

  • And they called that road Ala Loto Alofa -- _The Road to the Loving Heart_.

    A Handful of Stars Texts That Have Moved Great Minds

  • And in the Dome, at the North, there was a gateway; and a narrow road went upward to the gateway; and the Road was named The Last Road; and the Gateway was named by no name, but known to all as The Gateway.

    The Night Land: Chapter 4

  • The blue omnibuses simply went round as they would have done if a road were being mended, and the omnibus on which the correspondent of the _Court Journal_ was sitting swept round the corner of Queen's Road, Bayswater.

    The Napoleon of Notting Hill

  • The terrace should be called "Jim's Terrace" if the road is not "James's" Road, because no bills ever seem to be paid there as they are in our street -- and for other reasons.

    The Rising of the Court

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