Driftway


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Drift´way`


n.1.A common way, road, or path, for driving cattle.
2.(Mining) Same as Drift, 11.
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This section of Driftway Road was widened and primersealed in April 2016.
424,000, 19 Driftway St, Lily Bean LLC, to Wajda, Brandt E, and Wajda, Amy M.
A recent addition is a garage attached to the house by a driftway with staircase leading to a large room above suitable as games room or office.
The house is accessed via a path and beneath a driftway, beyond which is a shared cobbled courtyard.
I had seen the plane losing height and it appeared to make for the main driftway where it could make a pancake landing.
000 kWh/year; material for blades (figure 1) is PRGF; oriented through the wind with driftway with elastic system; valorization of electric energy through inverter, AC-220 V; the runner of wind turbine with 3 (figure 2), 4, 5 blades; speed of rotation (100-160 rpm); chord of profiles in active zone (200-380 mm).
The breakfast kitchen, overlooking the rear gardens, includes a dresser style unit and leads to the old Driftway barn/carport.
Karl's team the Driftway Drivers amassed an impressive 376 points to win by 34 from Peter Shugrue of Sittingbourne who wins a superb Nike Sasquatch Sumo driver.
Luckily, they meet an old peddler with a cart and horse who befriends them as he travels the driftway, an ancient road that is sometimes paved and sometimes green grass.
Donations may be made to: LifeCare Center of the South Shore Activities Department, 309 Driftway, Scituate MA 02066.
The first can be found in what used to be the driftway barn but which has now been converted into a leisure complex with stunning indoor swimming pool hot tub and sauna, changing rooms, shower rooms, games room and first floor timber decked roof terrace.
Life Care Center of the South Shore, 309 Driftway, Scituate, MA 02066