pelican crossing


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pelican crossing

a type of road crossing marked by black-and-white stripes or by two rows of metal studs and consisting of a pedestrian-operated traffic-light system
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Using AGEIA PhysX technology, Pelican Crossing enables our Blink 3D users to create real-time physics action in an intuitive, point-and-click development environment," said Clive Jackson, CEO of Pelican Crossing.
The recording was paused at the point where he could see the pelican crossing, with the lights on red, and his barrister Brian Dean asked: "Did there come a time when you saw a pedestrian emerge from between the middle row of cars?
The boys, aged six and nine, suffered serious head and leg injuries in a collision with a red Daihatsu car on a pelican crossing outside Golden Hillock School, Golden Hillock Road, in Sparkhill.
They cost only a fraction of the pounds 25,000 needed for a pelican crossing.
A TEENAGER was knocked off his bike in a hit-and-run incident at a Pelican crossing on a busy Black Country road.
During July 2011 a pedestrian pelican crossing was installed on Market Street next to the bus station traffic lights.
PEDESTRIANS had a lucky escape when a car ploughed into a pelican crossing.
A bouquet of red roses tied to a Pelican Crossing post from Jenny read: "Love and miss you always xx Sorry.
ROAD works which shut off Pelican crossing lights on a busy main road have been branded irresponsible.
But I have never used the pelican crossing where I live because using it is like the stand-off at the OK Corral.
Boxer Amir Khan drove dangerously when he accelerated through a red light and knocked down a pedestrian on a pelican crossing, a court heard yesterday.
In the Brought to Justice column in the Echo (February 7), I couldn't help noticing that a person was fined pounds 250 for parking on a pelican crossing.