Row Expressway

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E. C. Row Expressway
... The E C Row Expressway is a municipal expressway in the Canadian city of Windsor, Ontario ... The expressway is named after Ohio born Edward Charles Row, the president of Chrysler Canada between 1951 and 1956 ... The expressway is approximately 15.4 km (9.6 mi) long with a speed limit of 100 kilometres per hour (62 mph) ...
Ontario Highway 18 - See Also
... Row Expressway Nearby county roads 43 ... Municipal expressways E ... Row Expressway Ojibway Parkway Dougall Parkway North-south arterial roads Sandwich Street Matchette Road Malden Road Huron Church Road Campbell Avenue/Dominion ... Row Expressway Cabana Road/Division Road Other north-south roads Victoria Avenue Aylmer Avenue/Glengarry Avenue Drouillard Road/Chrysler Centre Drive Pillette Road Banwell Road Other east-west ...
Grand Marais Road (Windsor, Ontario) - History
... Row Expressway was constructed, parts of the road were closed off and torn up ... Row Expressway's bridges were constructed ... Row Expressway, the road's traffic is diverted onto Bruce Avenue (a quiet residential street), while a small segment of the road continues to a hotel parking lot ...
Roads In Windsor, Ontario - See Also
... Row Expressway Nearby county roads 43 ... Municipal expressways E ... Row Expressway Ojibway Parkway Dougall Parkway North-south arterial roads Sandwich Street Matchette Road Malden Road Huron Church Road Campbell Avenue/Dominion ... Row Expressway Cabana Road/Division Road Other north-south roads Victoria Avenue Aylmer Avenue/Glengarry Avenue Drouillard Road/Chrysler Centre Drive Pillette Road Banwell Road Other east-west ...

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    And, indeed, is there not something holy about a great kitchen?... The scoured gleam of row upon row of metal vessels dangling from hooks or reposing on their shelves till needed with the air of so many chalices waiting for the celebration of the sacrament of food. And the range like an altar, yes, before which my mother bowed in perpetual homage, a fringe of sweat upon her upper lip and the fire glowing in her cheeks.
    Angela Carter (1940–1992)