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beltline

(ˈbɛltˌlaɪn)
n
a line separating a car's windows from the main bodya road or railway that circles a metropolitan area

belt•line

(ˈbɛltˌlaɪn)

n.
the waistline.
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One lane of the exit from northbound Interstate 5 to Randy Pap Beltline in Eugene- Springfield was closed Thursday morning after a traffic crash involving a tractor-trailer rig.
One block from Beltline provides incredible future potential.
com)-- Waveland Commercial Real Estate of Des Plaines, IL and SVN Percival Partners of Charlotte, NC, both affiliates of Argus Self Storage Sales Network announced the sale of Beltline Self Storage, located in Anderson, SC.
The entire property will be converted into a new 300-acre park along Atlanta's Beltline, a 22-mile corridor of parks, trails and transit encircling downtown.
Gravel's thesis sat on a shelf for a few years after graduation before it inspired a grassroots movement to build the most ambitious public works project in the city's history: the Atlanta BeltLine.
18 -- The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is proud to announce the Atlanta BeltLine Running Series.
A prime example is the Atlanta Beltline, a once-forlorn and abandoned 22-mile loop of rail lines being made into a linear park of 1,200 landscaped acres with recouped industrial sites and transit service for 45 neighborhoods.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-14 October 2008-Metso Corporation acquires G & F Beltline Services Pty Ltd in Australia(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Toyota said the car has a simple, boxy silhouette and features a roomy interior with a high beltline to create a feeling of being surrounded by comfort.
The Spartan Stores Foundation here made a $3 million donation for the building of a new YMCA along Kent County's South Beltline in the Byron Center/M-6 area.
In the next twenty-five years, a projected 150,000 new residents will settle in Atlanta, inspiring several government and civic organizations to plan and design what became known as the BeltLine.
Bookseller Barnes & Noble Inc (NYSE: BKS) has announced that it is to open a new bookstore on 20 October in the Prestonwood Town Center at 5301 Beltline Road, Dallas, Texas, US.