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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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While asserting that the Whirlpool site was used by Tubman, one noted authority suggests that Tubman "may also have crossed over on the suspension bridge constructed in 1851 between Lewiston and Queenston, Ontario.
The Bursa-Balikesir-Izmir will be 420 kilometers long, and there will be a 3,000-meter-long suspension bridge on the Izmit Gulf.
Comparison of results for classical suspension bridge from different calculation methods are presented in (Idnurm 2004; Kulbach, Idnurm, J.
Children whose ages were estimated to be between two and twelve years, and who were accompanied by adults to the San Antonio Zoological Gardens were unobtrusively observed at: entry turnstiles (n = 1,888); suspension bridge exhibit (n = 387); and, at tube chutes exhibit (n = 338).
This weekend, the city was holding a series of events to celebrate his life and work, and the 200th anniversary of his birth, including the switching on of a new lighting system on Clifton Suspension Bridge.
The real surprise lies in a lively writing style paired with discussions of bridges in regions which usually don't receive much mention, such as a sand-cast iron bridge in Coalbrookdale from the 1700s or the 1800s Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol.
1828 - The London Zoological Gardens in Regent's Park were opened1937 - The world's longest suspension bridge, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, 4,200ft long, was opened1939 - In Britain, conscription was introduced for the first time since World War One1968 - Abortion was legalised in Britain1981 - Ringo Starr married Barbara Bach
Historical details show us why the arch bridge was important, why the Inca's built a suspension bridge across a deep gorge, how the beam bridge was improved with trestles, trusses, and cantilevers and how things can go terribly wrong in a section highlighting bridge disasters.
The protest comes on the first day of a three-day trial of four men who dressed as comic superheroes and climbed Bristol's Clifton Suspension Bridge.
A suspension bridge sways 52 feet above a forested ravine.
As part of a new suspension bridge spanning the Tacoma Narrows, a strip of the Puget Sound in Tacoma, Wash.
Four men dressed as Spider man, Superman, Batman and Robin led the protests, which closed Bristol's Clifton Suspension Bridge and structures around London and Plymouth.