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causeway

1. a raised path or road crossing water, marshland, sand, etc.
2. a paved footpath
3. a road surfaced with setts

causeway

1. A paved road or passage raised above surrounding low ground.
2. Such a passage ceremonially connecting the valley temple with the pyramid in Egyptian architecture.
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Roads Projects & Maintenance Director Raed Al Salah said, 'The two causeways located on Khalifa Al Kabeer Interchange with Sheikh Hamad Causeway, together with Seef and City Centre Causeways and the Central Market Causeways are now completed.
Isa bin Salman Causeway; where the painting of the upper part of the causeway has been postponed in coordination with the General Traffic Directorate until the end of the present school semester, for it requires the closure of one way on each direction,' he stated.
Painting the causeway from underneath will also take time, as it should be done from the sea,' Al Salah added.
Other FISHY CAUSEWAYS A lot of great fishing takes place alongside the roadways that cross Florida waters.
STUART and JENSEN BEACH causeways, Hutchinson Island: Twin bridges crossing the Indian River Lagoon.
Qatar is on an accelerated drive to build bridges and causeways with neighbouring GCC states including Bahrain and maybe even the UAE, in order to become more accessible by road to these countries.
Summary: Bids for the causeway which will link Saudi Arabia to Egypt are expected to be invited by the end of this year.
Newly constructed causeways linking some of the smaller Western Isles could provide an ideal man-made environment for lobsters to grow.
A joint project by Seafish and the Western Isles Council is surveying the marine habitat around the causeways between Eriskay and South Uist, and Berneray and North Uist.
When it became evident the long-standing debate over the effect of two North Slope gravel causeways on the marine environment would never be resolved short of a lengthy and costly legal fight, Alaska's major oil producers and the U.
and Exxon USA this winter agreed to install an additional 650 feet of breaching, or bridging, in both the West Dock and Endicott causeways, at an estimated total cost of $50 million to the companies.
This new causeway will provide nonprofits and visitors with extensive information about the art and science of philanthropy and provide a new interactive medium for conducting research on philanthropy.