traffic sign

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Translations
prometni znak

traffic sign

ncartello stradale
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The 22-year-old crashed his bike into a roadsign on a roundabout in Stirling at about 10pm on Monday.
Contract awarded for Supplies/Deliveries of Various Painting Materials for the Repainting of Concrete Bridges, Steel Guardrails and Roadsign Post along Dinagat-Loreto Road
A well-wisher left flowers at the Camden Square roadsign between the railings and the "Police line -- do not cross" tape.
The package includes well-known functions such as Reality View Pro, Real Roadsign Pro, Lane Assistant Pro, Speed Assistant, Day & Night Mode, amongst others, as well as the option of displaying POIs along the route.
A VILLAGE called Ham lies just south of the town of Sandwich in Kent - and a nearby roadsign reads Ham Sandwich.
The sub-brands include The Larrikin at the cheaper end and Roadsign, The Dingo Fence and Terra Nova at the higher end, with varieties including Barossa Valley Riesling and Murray Darling Shiraz.
After selection, some method should be used to make the word stand out from the surrounding text, to act as a roadsign or signal to the student (Gibbons and Fairweather, 1998).
In London we had wearable looks from the likes of Issa and Temperley, high octane glamour and a TV star-studded front row from Julien Macdonald, dramatic dresses and royal ruffs at Giles, roadsign handbags at Anya Hindmarch, rock and roll at Vivienne Westwood Red Label, boho vibes and Kate Moss and (a very late arriving) Naomi boogieing away at Burberry plus Sophie Dahl's return to the runway.
He was still around 30 miles from his destination when he dozed off on the M1, veering off the motorway before ploughing into a roadsign.
At one junction, they painted out the town's name on a roadsign and replaced it with Evil Empire.
Back in May 2004, just prior to the European Union elections, the TD dressed a mannequin near St Stephen's Green in Dublin in a T-shirt saying "IRA - undefeated army", a black ski hat with the republican war cry "Tiocfaidh ar la" and crossed rifles as its logo, a windcheater with the same logo and a lapel pin based on the infamous south Armagh mock roadsign "Sniper at work".