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land bridge

[′land ‚brij]
(geography)
A strip of land linking two landmasses, often subject to temporary submergence, but permitting intermittent migration of organisms.
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This is the reason behind the proposals to construct a land bridge between a port on the Gulf of Mexico and one on the Pacific Coast, and rail lines and highways throughout Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua.
crossing ancient land bridges between islands and continents.
At that time in Earth's history, land bridges may have connected North America to Europe and to Asia, Gunnell adds.
services: inspection of all highway bridges in the county including highway bridges within the cities and towns except state highway bridges, federal land bridges and privately owned bridges.
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