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noun as in overpass

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Remains of what may have been footbridges appear in and adjacent to waterways between marsh islands, a possibility that further excavations can explore.

“The idea that the walls of a building could become a footbridge—to our knowledge, this is completely new,” says Corentin Fivet, an architect and structural engineer at EPFL, and one of the bridge-builders.

At first glance, it looks like a simple footbridge, a gentle arch.

Fire officials on Wednesday had identified the location as Polk Street, which is about a half-mile north — the site of another footbridge.

At my hotel, which was connected by a footbridge to the state’s largest hospital, the nonprofit Sanford Medical Center, young people mingled mask-free in the lobby, shouting gleefully over a case of Bud Lights.

He remembered a footbridge the other volunteers had guessed at.

In a clever twist of new-meets-old, the MuCEM is connected to the nearby 17th-century Fort St. Jean by footbridge.

Then I wandered on down, through the Rhodes grass, under the avocado trees, and across the wooden footbridge.

Occasionally, over a narrow stream, a frail footbridge would be built.

They were going to a distant meadow to toss hay and had to cross an angry little river on a footbridge made of one slender plank.

A low whistle sounded, and Mr. Rogers stepped into view on the footbridge.

We can't be expected to jump off a footbridge which already has a White Horse on it.

After about two hours, however, orders came to cross the river by the Eterpigny footbridge.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to footbridge, such as: viaduct, walkway, skyway, and span.

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