viaduct[ vahy-uh-duhkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF viaduct
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All this time the papers were busy with the viaduct scandal.
And to think that that morning they had been near blowing up the viaduct at Dannemarie!
We had come out from the shadow of the viaduct, and he halted as I spoke.
The viaduct was 17 ft. wide over all, and consisted of two 100-ft.
Between Thoule and Cannes the railway crosses the viaduct of the Siagne.
Holborn Circus was formed in connection with the approaches to the Viaduct.
The viaduct reached the ground; a path led on to the houses.
Then he walked off toward the viaduct steps, and Mr. Judd looked after him.
Horror piled on horror is the story from Johnstown down to the viaduct.
The length of this viaduct is 105 yards, and the highest of the seven arches about fifty feet.