long span

long span

[′lȯŋ ¦span]
(engineering)
Span of open wire exceeding 250 feet (76 meters) in length.
References in classic literature ?
But now you have honoured me not even a little, though you ordained me to have a long span of life, and to live through seven generations of mortal kind.'
Alexander and the superintendent picked their way out slowly over the long span. They went deliberately, stopping to see what each gang was doing, as if they were on an ordinary round of inspection.
Anchored on the gallant efforts of Cyril Gonzales, the Cardinals held their rivals scoreless for a long span in the third quarter while unloading 21 points that practically took the sting out of the Generals.
The project has been revealed in the past as part of the pipeline projects of 17 short and long span bridges that will be built across the Philippines.
'Preparation is underway to install the 150- metre long span on 14 and 15 number pillars of the bridge ,' an engineer of Padma Multipurpose Bridge said.
'So, you need a long span to be able to get all these and that is what we are trying to do,' he said.
West Indies' women team agreed to tour Pakistan for a three-match T20I series after a long span of 15 years.
Protests were being staged in different districts of Hazara including,, Abbottabad,Mansehra, Battagram, Torghar, Kohistan, and Haripur, main bazars together with main roads were blocked for various hours long span of time.
30 (ANI): After a long span of time, NBA star, Tristan Thompson broke his social media silence amid the rumours of him cheating on Khloe Kardashian.
T-4 project will play pivotal role in balancing energy mix of the country and stabilizing prices of electricity for a long span in future with an attractive economic rate of return of more than 30% and annual cost sale of US$: 300 million to national exchequer.
Chen, Application and Research Advancement of Long Span Concrete Arch Bridges Abroad, World Bridges, vol.
Dr Robin Sham, global long span and speciality bridges director, Aecom, said: "Bridges connect people and places, both physically and emotionally.