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boulevard

Chiefly Canadian
a. a grass strip between the pavement and road
b. the strip of ground between the edge of a private property and the road
c. the centre strip of a road dividing traffic travelling in different directions

boulevard

An important thoroughfare, often with a center divider planted with trees and grass, or similarly planted dividers between curbings and sidewalks.
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Total quantity or scope: This contract is a service to market Project management (Amo) for the implementation of the Urban Boulevard South project (Bus), between the cross Paragon and Florian exchanger Marseille (8th, 9th and 10th districts).
Work of masters for the design and implementation of North Urban Boulevard between Bijude in Bieville Beuville and BIA Citis Herouville Saint Clair.
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Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: maintenance of communal green spaces in urban boulevard "costa de beauregard.
The 62-mile network of urban boulevards will enhance both safety and attractiveness for the greater Mon Valley, creating incentives for a variety of economic development and making travel easier for Mon Valley residents as they go about their daily lives.
The opening image -- a panoramic view of Harare's modern skyline and bustling urban boulevards -- subtly but graphically challenged America's view of Africa as the continent of "famine, animals, jungle and discord.
The Greenway brings urban boulevards built on a pedestrian scale to Boston's dense old downtown neighborhoods.
The contemporary struggle for democracy is witnessed on the urban boulevards, humming with people, and in the rural markets where Russians are striving to protect their freedom while building a new economy.