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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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Her passion and expertise will be instrumental in our efforts to transform the customer experience and deliver best-in-class products and services to our Beltway Region customers.
The funds for these projects will come from the county, and the bridges will be constructed to the guidelines of the beltway.
Additionally, Beltway Brewing is a resource for startup breweries who do not have the capital investment to build their brewery.
Traffic police also inform IKEA had signed a contract with the Sofia Directorate of the Interior Ministry for providing security on the beltway in the day of the store's opening while a private security firm will take care of the parking organization and security inside the store.
Art Hobson, who described the potential beltway project as "a bypass to bypass a bypass," is a retired physics professor and a contributing columnist for the Northwest Arkansas Times.
To complete the beltway, business and county leaders will have to find a route that would be acceptable to the city of Golden, which has objected to plans for a roadway that would cut the city in half.
2007, as well as a new residential development along the Beltway.
But will anyone in the Beltway do anything about them?
For more than a dozen years Moore has served as the nation's unofficial muckraker laureate, exposing and lampooning the greed, arrogance, and corruption of corporate America and the folly and hypocrisy of beltway politics.
Spurred to action by the Beltway sniper, state Sen.
Backtracking inside the Beltway would add to the isthmus's dual challenges: slow growth and collapsing commodity prices.
When Lyndon Baines Johnson became president on November 22, 1963, he was considered by many in the beltway establishment to be a boorish hick--bossy, uncouth, and larger than life.