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Officials said customers could experience delays, and additional routes could be suspended if roads become impassable.
The land that was desolate and impassable shall be glad, and the wilderness shall rejoice, and shall flourish like the lily.
The channel between Bernier and Dorre is about a mile and a half wide, but is so blocked up by rocks as to be impassable.
The direct road was quite impassable and we were compelled to get into the city through by-streets—not an easy task.
At Naples, where I spent six days, I saw nothing, because in bad weather the town is impassable.
He came back, with the report that new shells had made the way impassable; and again Sara Lee shivered.
THE AMAZING INTERLUDEMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
Early in June the gorge became almost impassable by reason of the rising waters.
At last the ravine became a gully, winding up a breast of shadowy mountain cumbered with loose rocks, and impassable to horses.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
The trail made straight for the pueblos, but it was almost impassable to wagons, and progress was very slow.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
Towards the end of April they had 22,000 men in the neighbourhood of Gallipoli, and the narrow streets were almost impassable.

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