road net


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road net

[′rōd ‚net]
(civil engineering)
The system of roads available within a particular locality or area.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The sweve on his low curler almost dragged it back into the Anfield Road net to complete what would have been remarkable opening period for Emre Can.
Nawab Magsi said that unless Gawadar is connected with rest of the country through rail and road net work, the port would not be cast positive impact on the economy.
They say the closures will mean blood products with a very short shelf life will have to be moved long distances from collection sites to processing centres and back again to issuing centres, leaving supply dependent on a highly congested and unreliable road net work.
The Dutch international striker also called for a ruthless attitude from United's directors to ensure that the Leicester boss does not escape the Elland Road net.
He made 201 appearances for Everton, and while he only scored three goals - one was the close range strike thumped into the roof of a Carrow Road net which clinched the 1987 league title.
PML-N Chief said that soon after the calamity hit the region, trucks carrying food and non food items were dispatched to Balochistan, however, due to the suspension of road net work, the vehicles with supplies are stranded at Dera Ghazi Khan.He on the occasion announced Rs 2 lakh in compensation to the each family who lost their loved ones in the floods.
Simon Mignolet will have known how Joe Hart felt when Adam Lallana's well-placed but hardly unstoppable effort nestled neatly behind him in the Anfield Road net.
Taking the ball on his left foot, and at the same time away from Mark Lawrenson, he produced an explosive, dipping strike with his right, which flew over Grobbelaar's head and into the Anfield Road net. Several Evertonians spilled out of the terraces to mob the goalscorer.
It could all be one giant smokescreen while Ridsdale tries to lure one of the other two big fish into the Elland Road net.