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  • n. A bridge that allows traffic to pass under a road, river, railway etc.


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  • Lodged there in the tree, he began to feel himself to be a sodden wraith askulk in the night, some gnome or underbridge troll.

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  • In railway work an "overbridge" is a bridge over the railway, and an "underbridge" is a bridge carrying the railway.

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  • Murthy, the protest will be organised at the Kottapalem underbridge near Simhachalam north railway station from 11 a.m.

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  • Naronha also points out that the railway underbridge that was recently completed near

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  • Akhbarnagar underbridge was the worst-hit and had to be closed due to water-logging.

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  • The 3. 5km bypass consists of one underbridge, two overbridges and one grade separated junction.


  • Throughout the underbridge environment there are several ubrupt changes in pavement type, often involving subsurface condi - tion changes as well.

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