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Bridge

1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

2. An advertisement in a magazine or other periodical that goes across two pages.
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So what we're gaining is convenience - we won't have to wait for the drawbridge to open and close.
Contract awarded for 2015 High School multipurpose hall extension drawbridge electrical construction
The woman, who was dressed in a pink costume, was stuck on the drawbridge over New River in Fort Lauderdale, California, on Saturday as she returned home from a breast cancer charity walk.
Chief operating officer at Drawbridge, Eric Rosenblum said that they are observing people's behaviours and connecting their profile to mobile devices.
I personally welcome you to "Building Drawbridges for Tomorrow," 76th Anniversary of the Virginia Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention.
Drawbridge will use the funds to expand its portfolio of commercial real estate properties in the western United States.
You see they don't like change, they cling to the status quo and a single moment in time when their club is on the right side of the drawbridge.
single bridge mode, where you control only a single drawbridge.
I hear shouts from the other side of the moat but the drawbridge is stuck.
The crane was making its way up the drawbridge of Castell Coch, Tongwynlais, when the walkway gave way andtiltedupwards, catapulting the machine further inside the entrance of the Victorian landmark.
A team of historians, architectural experts and builders is constructing the castle with 24-feet-high towers, a drawbridge, moats and 6-foot-wide stone walls surrounding an inner yard.
For instance, his 1837 picture The Northern Drawbridge of the Citadel in Copenhagen concentrates on the red wooden structure that suspends the bridge over mirroring still water: ice-cold water, surely.