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gridiron

Used to describe the numbered rectangular street and avenue system once popular with urban planners.For example,101 1st Avenue would be on 1st Avenue,between 1st Street and 2nd Street.Contrast with the street hierarchy system (above),which is a more disorganized street system consisting of neighborhoods with very limited entrances and exits, and streets with names rather than numbers.

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To improve the access of passengers and shorten their walking distance of both platforms extended closer to the center novosedelske gridiron and approaches to them are also established from his forehead.
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Given that those who rule the roost in union have insisted in turning it into American football what with its attritional values, the juxtaposition is interesting, especially as head injuries in gridiron (a game I also enjoy) are falling, but increasing dramatically in rugby.
The roof supports the greatest portion of the load of the gridiron, the galleries, and the flown scenery.