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... Commack Road) at the north end of the multiplex with the proposed Babylon–Northport Expressway or would merge with Carll's Straight Path just south of the Long Island Expressway, then ... was to be a new four-lane road beginning at the vicinity of exit 66 of the Long Island Expressway, running west of the Carman's River and terminating at CR 21 near Bayliss (Bail ... and realigned west of the existing Wading River–Center Moriches Road between the Long Island Expressway's exit 69, then run south towards Moriches–Middle Island Road west of exit 59 on NY 27 (Sunrise Highway ...
... by the Entenmann's bakery factory prior to crossing the Main Line of the Long Island Rail Road and intersecting CR 100 (Suffolk Avenue) in Brentwood ... When the nearby Long Island Expressway was constructed, the southbound off-ramp was eliminated, but the on-ramp was left intact ... The reconstruction of the Long Island Expressway–Sagtikos Parkway interchange from 1988–1991 revived a southbound connection from the parkway to Crooked Hill Road via exit S1W ...
... communities with major highways such as I-495 (the Long Island Expressway) and NY 27 ... The starting point of the highway is immediately to the west of the Long Island Railroad's Patchogue station ... new alignment carries four lanes up and over the Long Island Railroad's Main Line, and was intended to have an interchange with Union Avenue and Main Street ...
... The fur is very long, dense, fluffy and soft and is usually very light and grey in colour ... coat varies from short in the summer and long in the winter, possibly because of solar radiation ... Pocock 1935 A medium sized wolf that is between 64 and 79 cm tall and 89 to 189 cm long, weighing between 35 and 45 kg on average, though there have been specimens found weighing up to 68 kg ...
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