The movable bridges
, the agitated sailors, the noise of the water on the pebbles, the cries and importunities of those who wait upon the shores, are multiplied details of that sensation which is summed up in one single result -- hesitation.
Built in 1880 by Lugard at Zungeru, Niger State when he was Governor of the defunct Northern Protectorate, he later moved the movable bridge
to Kaduna in 1920 when he relocated the headquarters of the protectorate from Zungeru.
Two other options involve a movable bridge
much like the one now.
The topics include movable spans in series, movable bridge
design standards, material properties and failure, superstructure structural design, and hydraulic span drive systems.
Their decision was to build a transporter bridge, a type of movable bridge
that carries a segment of roadway across a river.
A movable bridge
towed a bright orange boom to contain the oil.
The movable bridge
, which opened in June 1876, replaced a fixed bridge with the aim of allowing larger ships to sail upstream to Lord Armstrong's works in Elswick.
According to the first edition (1998) of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials' (AASHTO) Movable Bridge
Inspection, Evaluation, and Maintenance Manual, inspection frequency requirements for structural components of fixed bridges also should apply to mechanical and electrical components of movable bridges
Undarmaa Enkhbat, a sophomore at South Eugene High School, will play the yatga - a Mongolian zither with a a movable bridge
- at 3:10 p.m.
The Hiroshima government is set to submit a supplementary budget to the prefectural assembly later this month to cover the estimated 1.18 billion yen in project costs, including construction of a passenger terminal in Hiroshima port and a movable bridge
to load and unload cars.