traffic sign

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Translations
prometni znak

traffic sign

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She tells the story of growing up in a country where the Arabic on roadsigns was gibberish, where important subjects were only taught in Hebrew, and where during her work for the government she was told not to bother to translate everything to Arabic.
Back on Route 66, back to familiarity with freeways and roadsigns, we headed to Flagstaff, a Frontierland, with tribes selling art and restaurants aplenty.
They are the wonder of Americana, of gasoline and roadsigns,
College and University Library Mission Statements as Roadsigns to the Future" (conference paper from the 8th National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries, Nashville, TN, April 11-14, 1997), http://www.
A town or city will be picked as a "testing ground" for the cars, and will receive PS10m to adapt roads and roadsigns.
The Advanced Series also includes Active Lane Guidance to help you navigate large roundabouts and complex motorway junctions with ease, and the feature also shows roadsigns as they appear in real life, making the process simpler still.
They perch on roadsigns, leap on sidewalks, shoot pool from impossible angles, and are often caught by the camera of photographer Jordan Matter at heights that seem either impossible to survive or immune to gravity.
Moreover, once over the border, bilingual roadsigns are a visible symbol to visitors and locals that Wales has its own culture and identity, even if that is contained with a British system that demanded the signs have the same colour and design schemes as England.
Society members took direct action against offices, roadsigns, TV masts and led the drive to create Welsh-language schools and secure positive discrimination in favour of Welsh.
Among the many tweets making the most of the potential to baffle naive tourists with Wales' bilingual roadsigns - whether it be markers for services, hotels, or road-markings for "slow" - is: "Cardiff is the capital of Wales but the city of Gwasanaethau is the largest (look out for it signposted on motorways)"; and, on Welsh telly, "Daffodeal or no Daffodeal is the highest rated programme on S4C".
AaAa To face this phenomenon, the government is envisaging several actions, including a guide on roadsigns and markings, a detailed map of "black points" in cities, and a new highway code.
Motorists also prefer to use the chemical plant at Port Talbot, South Wales, rather then roadsigns to pin-point their location.