queen's highway

queen's highway

n
1. (Law) (in Britain when the sovereign is female) any public road or right of way
2. (Law) (in Canada) a main road maintained by the provincial government
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As, unfortunately, the Queen's highway ran down in tortuous descent to the handful of fishermen's cottages that had clung there limpet-like for ages, there was always a chance of such a stray visitation; but it was remote, and the whole place, hand and heart, was in the pocket of my lord.
Although, using them on the Queen's Highway would be illegal for mere mortals.
Within Llandudno Junction, the highway authority, whoever that may be, has lost control of safety on the Queen's Highway.
The exhibition was sponsored by Skelton and Brotton Road Safety Committee on the theme, Keep The Queen's Highway Safe In Jubilee Year.
The dam will service areas along the Queen's highway from Kalekana junction to the Togalevu naval base including Veisari and Wailekutu," said by WAF communications team leader Fulori Turaga.
It looks utterly crazy today, when there are 100 entities that can dig up the Queen's highway without warning and without so much as a by-yourleave.
The use of unmarked police vehicles, the area helicopter etc were an unnecessary squandering of taxpayers' funds in order to harass a law Please abiding minority exercising their right to travel the Queen's highway which they pay for.
Is the council really at liberty to sell leases on sections of what we used to know as the Queen's Highway - and by that I mean parking permits?
Women engaging in the application of make-up, one eye on the car vanity mirror, the other on the Queen's highway, is a common occurrence.
And the 4x4 fanatics will be crying into their beer over the tax bill they face for the privilege of driving Chelsea tractors on the Queen's highway.
gt;Where: Queen Mary Dome, 1126 Queen's Highway, Long Beach.