arterial road

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Noun1.arterial road - a major or main routearterial road - a major or main route    
highway, main road - a major road for any form of motor transport
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Consequently, the muscle is considered to have two main principal arterial pedicles, regarding the diameters of vessels, which have not matched with the outcomes of other researchers (Villarreal et al, 2004), who considered the anterior tibial artery as main principal artery and the fibular artery as supplementary vessel.
The principal arterial branches responsible for the vascularization of this organ were originated by the common artery of the vagus nerve and cutaneous arteries, also being found directly or indirectly branches from the cranial and caudal thyroid arteries, ascending esophageal and ingluvial.
The site occupies a location fronting New Crane Street and Sealand Road, one of the principal arterial routes into the city centre.
The premises are prominently situated fronting Concorde Way, the principal arterial road serving Preston Farm.
The property, which extends to 6,866 sq ft, occupies a prominent position on the Albion Industrial Estate, close to the junction with Endermere Road and Kingfield Road, immediately to the west of Lockhurst Lane, one of the principal arterial roads out of Coventry to the north.
Put simply, if this is a snapshot of what is happening on our principal arterial road, it is a potential deathtrap, day-in, day-out.
Given this, the conversions are proposed to be made in the following order: principal arterial streets in commercial areas, all other principal arterial streets and county facilities where applicable, minor arterial streets, and neighborhood principal streets in commercial areas where applicable.
Since the enactment of ISTEA, the states have been able to use NHS funding on any road classified as a principal arterial. Following congressional approval, funding will be limited to routes in NHS.