Some articles on widening:
... The State Government committed $30m for the widening of Mitchell Freeway northbound between Hepburn Avenue and Hodges Drive, from two to three lanes, in its 2011/12 budget ...
... include First Phase Projects Route 460 Upgrade I-64 Widening on the Peninsula I-64 Widening on the Southside Downtown Tunnel/Midtown Tunnel/MLK. 17 I-664 Widening in Newport News and Southside including Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge-Tunnel Second Phase Projects I-564 from I-64 to the Intermodal ...
... The duct widening is commonly believed to be a result of secretory stasis, including stagnant colostrum, which also causes periductal inflammation and fibrosis ... However because nonspecific duct widening is common it might be also coincidental finding in many processes ... Correlation with the actual duct widening is not known ...
... (Lyon-Saint-Exupéry Airport) to A9 autoroute/A61 autoroute (Narbonne) including a widening of the A7 autoroute via Cevennes Piedmont ... This new road would avoid the widening of the A7 to 2×5 lanes between Lyon/Valence and Orange and would offer a credible alternative for traffic to the Rhone Valley. 3.4 billion euros (as comparison, the widening of the A7 to 2×5 lanes would cost 890 million euros) ...
More definitions of "widening":
- (noun): A part of a road that has been widened to allow cars to pass or park.
- (noun): The act of making something wider.
Famous quotes containing the word widening:
“Jane Addams, founder of Hull House, once asked, How shall we respond to the dreams of youth? It is a dazzling and elegant question, a question that demands an answera range of answers, really, spiraling outward in widening circles.”
—William Ayers, U.S. author. To Teach: The Journey of a Teacher, ch. 7 (1993)
“Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“We visualized her less as a woman at work than as a light widening as it brightened.”
—Elizabeth Bowen (18991973)