trackway


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track·way

 (trăk′wā′)
n.
1. A series of two or more often fossilized tracks made by the feet, tail, or other body parts of an animal.
2. A path made by repeated use of the same land.
3. A set of railway tracks along with adjacent land or support structures.

trackway

(ˈtrækˌweɪ)
n
a path or track

trackway

- A path formed by the repeated treading of animals or people.
See also related terms for repeat.
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Thus they sidled slowly onward till it struck her they had been advancing for an unconscionable time--far longer than was usually occupied by the short journey from Chaseborough, even at this walking pace, and that they were no longer on hard road, but in a mere trackway.
Because it is so visible from quite a distance, it is thought it may have been intended to indicate a trackway or as a territorial marker.
Orbital Marine Power Ltd, the world's leading developer of floating tidal stream turbines, has selected FAUN Trackway to manufacture the anchors for its new O2 tidal stream turbine at FAUN Trackway's facilities in Llangefni on Anglesey.
the path follows the edge of a field and has never been used as a trackway for vehicular access therefore there is not a hard base beneath.
Continuing up the slope to a wooden gate, our trackway heads out of the plantation and we catch sight of buildings at North Ings on lower ground to our left.
Needless to say, park officials are concerned and have appealed to everyone visiting the park to not disturb any rocks at the dinosaur trackway in the park.
Although four and a half miles of trackway have been laid, in addition to considerable sums of gravel, Cheltenham would prefer as few cars as possible to enter the site.
Axalta said course participants accessed the RTC's "modern multimedia classrooms, state-of-the-art trackway spray rooms, prep decks and electronic intelligent toning system."
Their work unearthed many more dinosaur footprints and trackways. It turns out the prints found in 2009 are part of a 110-step trackway that extends over 155 metres -- a world record for sauropods, which were the largest of the dinosaurs.
MATERIAL: Nine specimens on slabs SSM 2015/3-1 through SSM 2015/3-8, and a partial trackway on SSM 2015/3-25.
"Unfortunately, the excavation has revealed no train, no tunnel and no trackway in the location where we thought they would be," said Andrzej Gaik, a spokesman for the dig, who spoke with The New York Times on Wednesday.
Francis Yuseco, an inventor and head of Philtrak Inc., one of the consortium members, said Monday the project, dubbed The Philippines Integrated Trackway System, called for the construction of an integrated network of open tunnels across Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao to be used for the mass transportation of people and agricultural products.