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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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Nebo was also awarded honorable mentions for Choose ATL for pro-bono campaign, Build the BeltLine for nonprofit/association campaign, Build the BeltLine for community relations, and Nebo's Senior Director of Public Relations & Social Media Marketing Jenna Thomas for 'Agency Awe Professional.
ABI will also utilize this project team to reevaluate the conceptual design of the Atlanta BeltLine trail corridor from Glenwood Avenue to Memorial Drive.
Highway traffic was backed up to the Randy Pap Beltline for a couple hours, according to Oregon State Police.
com)-- Did you know that the Atlanta BeltLine, in conjunction with Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta, is offering two programs to assist with affordable housing within a 0.
The model has a high beltline, a long bonnet, narrow horizontal tail lamps and a boot lid spoiler.
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.
The state hopes to find additional savings by 2017 as it completes the Interstate 5/Beltline rebuild - enough to add $15 million or more to spend on Delta and Beltline, Brindle said.
ATLANTA, May 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In keeping with a long-standing tradition of environmental responsibility, Porsche today announced a donation in the amount of $500,000 to the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership.
Tenders are invited for Artists, craftsmen, students, and designers in developing original designs for Atlanta BeltLine Benches.
The overall solid shape, open-air roof, high beltline, and powerful, crisp fender forms of the Volt are made possible only with GE design-enabling materials," said Bob Boniface, director of GM's Warren Advanced Design Studio.
The state Department of Transportation will hold an open house today for the public to learn about and comment on the final phase of the agency's $70 million rebuild of the Interstate 5 and Randy Pap Beltline interchange.
Out of the many excellent nonprofit organizations that serve Atlanta, four were nominated for the 2015 award: Atlanta BeltLine, The Creatives Project, Trees Atlanta, and WonderRoot.