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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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Taoyuan Department of Tourism Director Yang Sheng-ping said the department is also cooperating with bus operators and boat operators to launch the 'Shihmen Reservoir Blue Highway' package tour, which includes a one-day ticket for Taiwan Tourist Shuttle's Shihmen Reservoir Route, a round-trip boat excursion from the wharf at the dam, and the ticket for the new Sikou suspension bridge.
The 12km facility is believed to be the world's widest suspension bridge, being 67.3 metres wide in both directions.
The Hospice of the Good Shepherd has launched their annual Chester Sparkle Walk with a brand new route for 2019 which misses the infamous suspension bridge
This paper presents the findings of the numerical analysis of the asymmetrical one-pylon suspension bridge with rigid cables considering two types of installation.
Earlier today, twenty-five students of Lahore Medical and Dental College are feared dead in a suspension bridge collapse incident in Neelum valley today.
Almost the entirety of the suspension bridge fell into Yway River as a six-wheeled vehicle was crossing it in the early hours of Sunday.
'I apologise for causing a stir over the viral video of the collapsed suspension bridge. We just wanted a replacement, but many people have misunderstood our intention.'
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Army units managed to advance against ISIL West of the suspension bridge over the Euphrates River in Deir Ezzur city, military sources confirmed on Sunday, adding that a number of terrorists have surrendered to the government forces after the advances.
Man jumped from bridge into Strait A MAN whose body was recovered from the Menai Strait had jumped from the suspension bridge, an inquest heard.
A suspension bridge built by the British rulers on Laspur river connecting two villages in Chitral district of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province will complete 100 years in June this year as recorded on the plaque in its pillar.
Sarah would later take out patents in her own name, most notably--and controversially--her 1811 patent for a suspension bridge. In the same year, the Guppys manufactured their own coins, which were legal tender (see illustration), and the following year, 1812, Sarah registered her 'tea and coffee urns' patent--these years seem to have been particularly busy.