sideroad

sideroad

(ˈsaɪdˌrəʊd)
n
(Automotive Engineering) Canadian (esp in Ontario) a road, usually north-south, going at right angles to concession roads
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I wondered what a Sainsbury's container truck was doing in the sideroad ahead.
3, Penetanguishene, Ontario, Canada L0K 1P0; (4) Northwest Region, Regional Operations Division, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forests, 173 25th Sideroad, Rosslyn, Ontario, Canada P7K 0B9; (5) 58 Chemin Rheaume, Val des Monts, Quebec, Canada J8N 6L5.
On other hand the source noted, that explosives expert defused a bomb planted on a sideroad in Balad Ruz, district east of Baquba.
I mutter at drivers who brake suddenly and dive down a sideroad without indicating, and fume at others who jump the lights.
5130 18th Sideroad, Schomberg, Ontario L0G 1T0, Canada
I drove down the Freeway And turned off at an exit And went along the highway Til it came to a sideroad Drove up the sideroad Til it turned to a dirt road Full of bumps, and stopped.
But, as productivity trainer and organization specialist Denise Landers wrote for The Sideroad, avoid multitasking as much as possible.
They are based on guidelines presented by Mark Sichel in "Workplace Etiquette: How to Avoid Conflict in the Workplace" on the Sideroad Web site.
But it was enough to cause the driver to screech to a halt in a sideroad and stride 150 yards back to attack Mr Beer.
In general, locate subdrain pipe in sideroad ditches or under shoulders to prevent water from reaching the roadway area; lay pipe on both sides of the pavement to control a high water table.
Ontario is providing up to $936,000 to the Township of Southgate to rehabilitate Sideroad 7, including road widening and the replacement of a bridge, through the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund - one of 59 approved projects across the province that will receive funding this year.
I stopped at the kerb of a sideroad and glanced over my right shoulder to see a car signalling to turn left.