"We believe it is important to keep a sign at this historic site, but we don't want to hide the legacy of racism by constantly replacing broken signs
Police blocked off the scene, which was a tangled mess of downed trees, broken signs
, crushed scooters, and scattered debris.
Only the Warsaw museum completely reconstructs broken signs
. In doing so, it must often refer to the old design sketches kept at the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art.
CRASHES at sites with broken signs
, damaged road surfaces or where roadworks were taking place increased by 14 per cent in Scotland last year.
Moseley Bog reserves officer Francesca Jarvis-Rouse and Wildlife Trust Birmingham and Black Country chairman Jack Wilson with one of the broken signs
. Inset, next to the ancient monument.
The $130 million Postal Community Credit Union of Springfield, Mo., experienced blown windows, a torn roof and broken signs
at its Joplin branch.
Most shops were closed; some, however, had already started to clean up and fix the damage, mostly shattered glass, broken signs
and flagging spirits.
Finally, the style of cross-hatching that marks broken signs
makes the "hollow" portion(s) of those signs extremely difficult to read.
Worn road markings, broken signs
and, of course, the ubiquitous pot hole, are a common sight in Britain today.
But they are overwhelmed by the signs of neglect and decay: vandalised street furniture, graffiti, litter strewn everywhere, broken signs
that never get repaired.
The cash will also be spent on other improvements, including repairs to broken signs
, street lights, walls, fences, improvements to empty properties and planting trees and shrubs.