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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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Fifty percent of the existing fixed bridges that are more than 50 meters in length will have two spans destroyed, but the piers and abutments will remain intact.
National Dentex's dental laboratories provide a full range of custom-made dental prosthetic appliances, including dentures, crowns and fixed bridges, and other dental specialties.
The kit will enable consumers to control pain from a lost filling, fractured tooth throbbing nerve and/or persistent toothache; sores pertaining to dentures or gums, lacerations or minor burns an cracked or lost crowns or fixed bridges.
Services to provide, integrate with, modify, or replace existing maintenance management components and meet VDOT s business requirements for asset and inventory management, maintenance planning, budgeting, expenditure tracking, work order management, resource planning and scheduling, work planning and budgeting, staff management and time recording, mobile environment support, and analysis and reporting for Pavement, Traffic Ancillary Structures, Fixed Bridges and Culverts, Roadway and Roadside Maintenance, and Tunnels and Movable Bridges; 3.
With the United States sending fixed bridges like the Bailey bridge into remote areas of the country, the Fixed-Bridge FEM NCOs direct and assist Turkish forces in constructing the bridges.
Two new two-track and three-track fixed bridges will replace the existing structure, on the busiest section of passenger rail mainline in North America.
Ariz offer extensive treatment options that include dental implants to replace missing teeth, tooth-colored fillings, porcelain fixed bridges, surgical and non-surgical periodontal treatments, dental crowns, dentures, inlays and onlays, dental extractions, oral pathology, teeth whitening, Invisalign, root canal treatments, routine exams, professional cleanings and sedation dentistry.