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  • adjective having a lane for traffic in each direction


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  • It is a two-lane highway, so the love flows both ways.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • About two miles away he saw a long line of Humvees speeding northwest on a two-lane highway.

    The Omega Theory

  • Imperial Oil wants to send 35,000 tons of mining equipment over the Rocky Mountains in 207 massive loads that would creep along the winding, two-lane highway in the middle of the night — four or five shipments a week — for about a year.

    Idaho Shortcut Stalls Global Trek

  • The teenager was pronounced dead at the scene along the section of two-lane Highway 129 known as the Sergeant Shawn F. Hill Memorial Highway.

    S.C. teen killed on highway named in father's memory

  • Hiway 2 from Agua over to hiway 15 is a two-lane with potholes.

    Tacoma or VW Golf? Camping?

  • Five minutes later, the limo exited the highway and headed west on a two-lane road.

    The Omega Theory

  • On cue, I went into my showbiz routine, pulling over to the shoulder of the two-lane highway we were traveling.

    Show Stoppah

  • “The Pythia said you are looking for a man,” Irina said, pulling out of the train station and onto a gravel two-lane road.

    Rogue Oracle

  • The two-lane highway was desolate as dusk settled over the area.

    Show Stoppah

  • Miles of two-lane country road flashed past before Tara found a place to pull off.

    Rogue Oracle


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