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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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HOW THEY MIGHT HELP: The proposed 35-foot drawbridge would cut the number of times the bridge needs to open for boats by one-third, while the 65-foot bridge would eliminate drawbridge openings entirely.
Along with their Drawbridge colleagues, Terrill and Cross have joined the OPAQ organization.
SQL Server for Linux runs atop a Drawbridge Windows library OS - a user-mode NT kernel - within a secure container called a picoprocess that communicates with the host Linux operating system through the Drawbridge application binary interface.
Next time she's calling for the drawbridge to be raised at Dover, she should remember that benefits work both ways.
L-R: Aled Hughes, Andrew Thomas, Joe Drawbridge, Siw Owen, Gary Jones, Stephen Lloyd, Heather Jones, Carys Roberts (Admin Assistant), Christine Rhisiart, Lesley Thomas
Drawbridge, a self-learning ad technology firm said that it has matched 1.
In order to get from parts of Norfolk over to Chesapeake you have to cross a drawbridge.
Cycling hub Veto Cult recently relocated from San Diego; and its new digs in Portland's Hollywood neighborhood are equal parts bike shop, cafe, and community center with live music performed on a stage made from a 70-year-old castle drawbridge.
Almanac VI and its affiliates have already made commitments to invest up to $150 million in Drawbridge Realty Trust, LLC; up to $150 million in NRES Holdings, LLC; and up to $100 million in RAIT Financial Trust.
We're guessing his jaw dropped open like a drawbridge when they produced 90--count 'em, 90
Not directly, you understand, but by their cankered logic which would have the Premiership drawbridge pulled up and bolted shut.
single bridge mode, where you control only a single drawbridge.