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median strip

[′mē·dē·ən ′strip]
(civil engineering)
A paved or planted section dividing a highway into lanes according to direction of travel.
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The ordinance bans begging everywhere from "one half hour before sunset to one half hour after sunrise." It bans begging "within 20 feet of the entrance to, or parking area of, any bank, ATM, ATM facility, check cashing business, mass transportation facility, mass transportation stop, public restroom, pay telephone, or theater or place of public assembly, or of any outdoor seating of any cafe or other business." It also bans begging from median strips.
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