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beltway

[′belt‚wā]
(civil engineering)
A highway that encircles an urban area along its perimeter. Also known as belt highway; ring road.
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The final step in Tesco's three part strategy to consolidate distribution came last week when it appointed Keelings as the manager for a I20m [pounds sterling] chilled, fresh and frozen food depot being built on the M50 Dublin ringroad.
1 billion toll highway and urban ringroad, and the People's Bank of China has relaxed restrictions on foreign exchange dealings for the retail branches of foreign banks.
Tenders are invited for 1) odr-34 to bhogaon 0/00 to 0/600 2) ringroad to sayala 4/500 to 9/030 3) odr-34 to yeli 0/00 to 1/100
not many cities would have races round its ringroad or stockcars and drive through cinemas in its roundabouts @cw_conference: Coventry Cathedral is one of the world's oldest centres for reconciliation.
There are sufficient places for people to park in main cars parks around the ringroad.
Among the most troublesome projects is the Northern arc of the Sofia Ringroad, the which covers almost half of the "risky" funding, amounting to BGN 234 M (EUR 117 M).
The statement pointed out that for those wishing to reach the airport via Sheikh Sd Al-Abdullah airport road have to take Sabhan bridge road (208) via King Fahd ringroad.
It happened on The Green, at the junction with the A1027 ringroad.
The feared Warriors are now targeting that last vestige of free city parking, the forgotten enclave of Pall Mall formerly protected by the northern ringroad.
There were delays on the M1, M3, M11, A1, M26 and A12 near to the London ringroad.
An undulating steel structure emerges from three hills to the east of the city, facing over the ringroad and surrounded by fields.