from The Century Dictionary.

  • In engineering, having the truss beneath the roadway, as a deck-bridge.


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  • The line may enter the University grounds going west from the City of Charlottesville as soon as may be desirable after passing under the track of the C. & O. Railway at the point known as the Lynchburg road under-grade crossing, provided that the entrance is made at such a point as will not interfere with the new coal bin just constructed at said point. nd

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