Aloneness Alongside

Along

Meanings and phrases

along

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adv.
  1. with a forward motion; on
  2. in accompaniment or as a companion
  3. to a more advanced state
  4. in addition (usually followed by `with')
  5. in line with a length or direction (often followed by `by' or `beside')

all along

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. all the time or over a period of time; right along
E.g.
  • Businesses all along Main Street were destroyed.
  • She realizes that he's been waiting all along.
  • Severe erosion occurs all along this bank.

belt along

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v.
  1. move fast; rush; hotfoot; hasten; hie; speed; race; pelt along; rush along; cannonball along; bucket along; step on it

bucket along

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v.
  1. move fast; rush; hotfoot; hasten; hie; speed; race; pelt along; rush along; cannonball along; belt along; step on it

cannonball along

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v.
  1. move fast; rush; hotfoot; hasten; hie; speed; race; pelt along; rush along; bucket along; belt along; step on it

come along

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v.
  1. come into being or existence, or appear on the scene; appear
  2. develop in a positive way; progress; come on; advance; get on; get along; shape up
E.g.
  • Crabbe insists that his wife should come along.
  • The attack, however, did not come along the Niagara River.
  • In the present, Thampi visits Vishnu and asks him to come along.

get along

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v.
  1. proceed or get along; do; fare; make out; come
  2. have smooth relations; get along with; get on with; get on
  3. develop in a positive way; progress; come on; come along; advance; get on; shape up
E.g.
  • A horse really wants to please you, to get along."
  • Slowly KD, Piddi and Sheeba get along with Vaani.
  • And he may be able to get along without the money."

get along with

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v.
  1. have smooth relations; get on with; get on; get along

go along

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v.
  1. cooperate or pretend to cooperate; play along
  2. continue a certain state, condition, or activity; continue; go on; proceed; keep
  3. pass by; elapse; lapse; pass; slip by; glide by; slip away; go by; slide by
E.g.
  • Walking trails go along the property and the river.
  • His opponent's ex-wife asks to go along with him.
  • Jo stays in hospital to go along with the story.

jolly along

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v.
  1. cause (somebody) to feel happier or more cheerful; cheer; cheer up; jolly up

pass along

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v.
  1. transmit information; communicate; pass on; pass; put across

pelt along

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. move fast; rush; hotfoot; hasten; hie; speed; race; rush along; cannonball along; bucket along; belt along; step on it

play along

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v.
  1. cooperate or pretend to cooperate; go along
  2. perform an accompaniment to; accompany; follow

pull along

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v.
  1. pull along heavily, like a heavy load against a resistance; shlep; schlep

right along

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adv.
  1. all the time or over a period of time; all along

rub along

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v.
  1. manage one's existence barely; scrape along; scrape by; scratch along; squeak by; squeeze by

run along

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v.
  1. be in line with; form a line along; line
E.g.
  • These vehicles run along a guide rail which is long.
  • Portions of the river run along State Route 197.
  • The standard door sizes in the US run along 2" increments.

rush along

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. move fast; rush; hotfoot; hasten; hie; speed; race; pelt along; cannonball along; bucket along; belt along; step on it

scrape along

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. manage one's existence barely; scrape by; scratch along; squeak by; squeeze by; rub along

scratch along

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v.
  1. manage one's existence barely; scrape along; scrape by; squeak by; squeeze by; rub along

shove along

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v.
  1. leave; informal or rude; shove off; blow

sing along

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v.
  1. sing with a choir or an orchestra

stretch along

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v.
  1. occupy a large, elongated area; stretch

string along

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v.
  1. move or come along; string

tag along

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. go along with, often uninvited

travel along

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v.
  1. travel along a certain course; follow
E.g.
  • All SF3 helicases travel along DNA in a 3′-to-5′ direction.
  • All the buses that travel along A8 road park at the new bus stand.
  • They can travel along these instantly, as if they were teleporting.

whizz along

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v.
  1. move along very quickly; zoom; zoom along; whizz

zoom along

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v.
  1. move along very quickly; zoom; whizz; whizz along

along with other

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E.g.
  • This along with other new systems, vehicles, etc.
  • Ayda along with other spirits are shown in the forest.
  • New sails were added in 1971, along with other repairs.

located along

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E.g.
  • The inhabited area was located along the seacoast.
  • There may be smaller leaves located along the stem.

along the way

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E.g.
  • That led to some pleasant discoveries along the way.
  • PA 21 serves Waynesburg and Masontown along the way.
  • They survived on raw vegetables along the way.

along the coast

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E.g.
  • Most of the population lives along the coast.
  • Many villages were built near rivers or along the coast.
  • Lug can be dug all the way along the coast to Woodstown.

runs along

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E.g.
  • A public footpath runs along the eastern boundary.
  • The district runs along Central Ave. from Peace Ln.
  • The Elbe Cycleway runs along the banks of the Elbe.

along the river

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E.g.
  • Flooding along the river has been a major problem.
  • The area along the river was forested at that time.
  • Fishing and camping are popular along the river.

along with several

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E.g.
  • The mall has 273 stores along with several restaurants.
  • The project was started by Victor Luchitz along with several others.
  • The company was ranked 44th along with several other robotics companies.

along the route

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E.g.
  • Weather along the route is typical of Connecticut.
  • Cities along the route include Dixon, Davis, and Woodland.
  • The group has also requested more stations along the route.

along with many

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E.g.
  • The garage along with many others was requisitioned in the First World War.
  • Gofio is a Canarian food also known by Cubans, along with many other kinds.
  • In the 2010s, the population declined, along with many other towns in Belarus.

found along

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E.g.
  • Sea caves are found along coasts around the world.
  • It is found along the west-central coast of Mexico.
  • It is found along sandy sea coasts in South Africa.

along the eastern

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E.g.
  • A public footpath runs along the eastern boundary.
  • A highway runs along the eastern arm of the lake.
  • By 1963 Horne's had 44 units mostly along the eastern seaboard.

north along

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E.g.
  • It continued north along Markham Road to Highway 401.
  • heads north along Farmville Road into the county seat.
  • These people had migrated north along the Caribbean island chain.

along the southern

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E.g.
  • I-384 continues along the southern part of Manchester.
  • A public footpath runs along the southern end of the site.
  • They live along the southern coastal line of their country.

built along

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E.g.
  • The village is built along the small river Råelva.
  • Low benches were built along the length of the walls.
  • Later, the Victoria Railway was built along the river.

along the western

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E.g.
  • Ruins were situated along the western banks of the spring.
  • The river Seille runs along the western side of the commune.
  • The Hutt River Trail runs along the western edge of the park.

along the northern

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E.g.
  • Floods left the greatest impact along the northern coastline.
  • The narrow Kyrenia Range extends along the northern coastline.
  • There is a large crack along the northern face of the monument.

running along

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E.g.
  • Several tram lines are running along the street.
  • There is a set of lines running along the thalli's surface.
  • The two paths can be linked by a path running along the seafront.

along the line

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E.g.
  • It also serves many online customers along the line.
  • Traffic along the line was regulated by block working.
  • Just along the line was the long 17 arch Hewenden Viaduct.

south along

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E.g.
  • Trains departed for the south along the L&N railroad.
  • split south along Crab Orchard Road toward Frog Level.
  • A second column moved south along the St. Johns River.

along with fellow

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E.g.
  • He was automatically put up for eviction along with fellow intruders Melanie and Rita.
  • She was automatically put up for eviction along with fellow intruders Heath and Melanie.
  • He would move next to Napoli along with fellow Uruguayan midfielder, Mariano Bogliacino.

along the road

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E.g.
  • Each year over 25,000 bikers cycle along the road.
  • The airstrip is along the road south of the village
  • A memorial slab remembers the event along the road.

along the east

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E.g.
  • They occur together along the east coast of Queensland.
  • It runs entirely along the east bank of Chestnut Creek.
  • She operated with the Torpedo Flotilla along the east coast.

along the west

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E.g.
  • 61, which runs north–south along the west coast.
  • All members occur along the west coast of North America.
  • A road along the west coast of the island connects the two.

along the border

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E.g.
  • French and English hostilities continued along the border.
  • Korean is spoken natively along the border with North Korea.
  • Meanwhile, armies fought along the border of Thanh Hóa Province.

along with all

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E.g.
  • Santiago kidnaps Rudy along with all of his equipment.
  • She was able to escape, along with all of her patients.
  • Her feast day, along with all the English Martyrs, is on 4 May.

along the lines

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E.g.
  • Constantine organized the Council along the lines of the Roman Senate.
  • Several stations in intermediate cities along the lines are also served.
  • Richard Franklin says he wanted to make a thriller along the lines of "Patrick".

lies along

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E.g.
  • Some of SR 42 lies along the old Fincastle Turnpike.
  • The group lies along a north–south alignment.
  • The commercial center of the city lies along Route 330.

along the south

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E.g.
  • Two towers are still visible along the south front.
  • There is a ditch along the south side of this feature.
  • DeWitt is served by the Union Pacific along the south side.

along the north

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E.g.
  • Its highest point is halfway along the north coast.
  • Highway 771 runs along the north side of Valen fjord arm.
  • The East Coast Greenway runs along the north side of the highway.

east along

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E.g.
  • Later, pits were dug further east along the reef.
  • The highway travels east along Ketchum Road into the town.
  • Route 220 overlap to the east along the Brush Mountain range.

along the banks

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E.g.
  • The Elbe Cycleway runs along the banks of the Elbe.
  • It typically grows along the banks of rivers.
  • Wild rice grows along the banks along some portions of the Metedeconk.

situated along

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E.g.
  • Prachi is situated along National Highway 8E.
  • The campus is situated along Sen. L. Sumulong St. Bragy.
  • Ruins were situated along the western banks of the spring.

area along

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E.g.
  • The area along the river was forested at that time.
  • In 1838, this area along the seawall became a promenade.
  • Most of the area along the shoreline was connected to the railways.

west along

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E.g.
  • NC 42 enters into Clayton from the west along Lombard Street.
  • It turned west along M-28 into Newberry and then north to Four Mile Corner.
  • The village of Mellon Charles is less than one mile west along the coast road.

ran along

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E.g.
  • It ran along the entire ridge to the "Hirschhornklippen".
  • A spur line ran along the South Kaibab Trail to the Tipoff.
  • A short branch ran along the Rheidol's bank to the harbour.

land along

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E.g.
  • Much of the land along the Gulf Coast is, or was, marshland.
  • Fox never affected land along its path.
  • The land along Intrepid Drive is used rural residential purposes.

line along

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E.g.
  • A white line along the stomach is also present.
  • Line 21 is an express suburban metro line along with Line 14.
  • Metrolinx is building the line along Eglinton Avenue from to .

areas along

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E.g.
  • It prefers flat top reefs and areas along seaward slopes.
  • Greece has established several marine protected areas along its coasts.
  • The route passes through a mix of suburban and rural areas along its extent.

along with another

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E.g.
  • They also have 8 sisters along with another brother.
  • She, along with another doctor and ten nurses, treated the patients.
  • Lacey was later speared along with another of the station shepherds by Aborigines.

along the length

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E.g.
  • Low benches were built along the length of the walls.
  • It runs along the length of the Santa Lucia Highlands AVA.
  • Thus illumination was restricted to a belt along the length of the canal.

along the main

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E.g.
  • The Barkat Plaza is in the town centre along the main road.
  • The fields are along the main road from Swanlinbar to Ballinamore.
  • Bus and minibus services are also available along the main streets.

along the entire

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E.g.
  • The firefight extended along the entire French front.
  • Very little cell phone service along the entire route.
  • It ran along the entire ridge to the "Hirschhornklippen".

stations along

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E.g.
  • There are three weight stations along the road.
  • The group has also requested more stations along the route.
  • Early photographs of stations along the NJ&NY line include:

up along

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E.g.
  • He and his men are picked up along with the freed prisoners.
  • Military surveillance was also stepped up along the Line of Control.
  • It is built up along the sides with strakes that are narrower than the keel.

along the shore

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E.g.
  • Toward the end, all four members walk along the shore.
  • The village is located along the shore of Årsetfjorden.
  • Today, a few fishing sheds remain along the shore of Bottle Cove.

along the same

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E.g.
  • PA 926 has remained along the same alignment since.
  • To the south of Dryden along the same range is the crater Chaffee.
  • Further along the same wall is the entrance to the Chapel of Adam.

along with most

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E.g.
  • Former coach Kiss returned to the team along with most of the teams key players.
  • The Alpha architecture was sold, along with most parts of DEC, to Compaq in 1998.
  • The video was published first on YouTube along with most of Lonely Island's works.

along with others

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E.g.
  • Agreeable individuals value getting along with others.
  • Disagreeable individuals place self-interest above getting along with others.
  • Tracks from Stravarious were later re-issued, along with others on "Do What You Like".

points along

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E.g.
  • At one time, men worked at 48 different points along the length of the tunnel.
  • The "Spray" set course for Guilford and was seen at various points along the route.
  • Before stopping places developed, caches were set up at stopping points along the way.

went along

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E.g.
  • From 140 to 200 discontented Hidatsas and Mandans went along.
  • Knowles went along with the deception.
  • Stevens and Herbert were less involved as the study went along.

along the edge

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E.g.
  • The Grantham Canal runs along the edge of the village.
  • A balustrade runs along the edge of the roof.
  • These run east-to-west along the edge of the Cannop Valley.

along both

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E.g.
  • Similarly, they will funnel along both sides of the Black Sea.
  • The municipality is located along both banks of the Eulach river.
  • Uncovered bleachers extended along both foul lines and into left field.

along with former

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E.g.
  • Project unit Ecomoni, along with former Morning Musume member Rika Ishikawa.
  • 7960, Open Thirds Nos, 24105, 43600, 43612, 52250 along with former pre-grouping GNR composite No.
  • (#6 now belongs to the Central NY Chapter, NRHS along with former Solvay Process Co. Alco 0-4-0 # 53).

along what

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E.g.
  • The first of these were along what is now Ridge Road.
  • On October 1, 1926, US 31 was designated along what was SR 1 at the time.
  • Both were located originally along what is now VA-Route 603 (Mooretown Road).

came along

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E.g.
  • ", until Battle Picture Weekly came along in 1976.
  • The names of the chapters came along later in the book.
  • Professional advances also came along for both Thomas'.

route along

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E.g.
  • The line followed a difficult but scenic route along the North Yorkshire coast.
  • Upon return, "Wacousta" resumed her Canadian route along the St. Lawrence river.
  • Route 165 is part of the W2W route along with: Route 165 meets the following routes:

along the sides

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E.g.
  • The abdomen has is black with yellow along the sides.
  • No fleshy keel exists along the sides of the caudal peduncle.
  • A fence was erected along the sides and rear of the building.

brought along

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E.g.
  • Wright brought along the nickname, too.
  • Green brought along his friend Nigel Watson, who played the congas.
  • So he brought along with him people of diverse cultures and professions.

station along

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E.g.
  • The city has a railroad station along the Abidjan – Ouagadougou Railway.
  • Houses which once fronted the station along Yonge Street were demolished.
  • Metro Camarones Camarones is a station along Line 7 of the Mexico City Metro.

continues along

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E.g.
  • I-384 continues along the southern part of Manchester.
  • The service continues along Newhey Road as it returns onto the A640 to Newhey.
  • When the chorus becomes triumphant again the 'Oss rises and continues along the procession.

service along

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E.g.
  • Very little cell phone service along the entire route.
  • The institute provides free medical service along with medicines.
  • The nor'easter forced the modification of service along the New York City Subway.

along its length

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E.g.
  • Its width varies along its length.
  • The rhomboidal head shows large compound eyes set midway along its length.
  • Instead of being split along its length, it is now split across its width.

towns along

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E.g.
  • The school started with 400 children from towns along the Laguna Bay.
  • Later they extended their preaching to various towns along the north shore of Lake Erie.
  • They likely headed west to one of the growing towns along the Kansas-Iowa-Missouri border area.

along with various

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E.g.
  • They experienced slowness along with various bugs which hindered the user experience further.
  • On August 15, 1876, Ahtahkakoop, along with various other chiefs and officials met at Fort Carlton.
  • The new lineup features Imus in the Morning along with various political and financial talk programs.

along with new

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E.g.
  • Five subspecies are recognized, along with new subspecies.
  • It received new front and rear bumpers, along with new grill and lights.
  • An official add-on for the game adds three new levels along with new monsters.

constructed along

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E.g.
  • A toll house was constructed along the pass.
  • New cities were constructed along the coast instead of the road.
  • As Aberdeen grew, many businesses and buildings were constructed along Aberdeen's Main Street.

buildings along

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E.g.
  • Historic buildings along Clarence Square include:
  • There are also many prominent heritage buildings along Sparks Street.
  • In May 2003, permits were issued for five buildings along Lake Street.

not get along

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E.g.
  • Basenjis may not get along with non-canine pets.
  • The couple did not get along and never had any children.
  • These two did not get along in their roles.

along the top

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E.g.
  • First, place the natural numbers along the top row.
  • A gravel road extends along the top of the dam.
  • The traverse wall along the top of the cliff was never built.

developed along

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E.g.
  • Abugidas developed along a slightly different route.
  • The movement then developed along socially utilitarian lines.
  • Modern cosmology developed along tandem tracks of theory and observation.

along the shores

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E.g.
  • Settlement occurred slowly along the shores of Lake Schryer.
  • In 1502, Christopher Columbus sailed along the shores of Panama.
  • Many weekend cottages have been built along the shores of the lake.

along the side

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E.g.
  • A number of candles were lit along the side of the stage.
  • Also, small pearly spots are found along the side of the fish.
  • Also, 12-19 faint stripes are found along the side of the killifish.

extends along

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E.g.
  • A gravel road extends along the top of the dam.
  • The narrow Kyrenia Range extends along the northern coastline.
  • It extends along the coast and inland.

along the lower

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E.g.
  • The route descends off the Durham Dales along the lower Tees Valley for to Croft-on-Tees near Darlington.
  • They extend all the way to the base of the toes, and the uropatagium reaches to mid-way along the lower leg.
  • The shell is covered with very low rounded nodules along the lower edge, there being about 15 at a distance of 2 cm.

along the path

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E.g.
  • It has various shops that are distributed along the path.
  • Going further along the path would give better cutting tools.
  • If the data is found, it is cached on each node along the path.

released along

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E.g.
  • The film was released along with Akshay Kumar's Gold.
  • The single was released along with an accompanying music video.
  • These two songs were released along with "Meaning What Exactly?"

along the upper

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E.g.
  • Many hiking trails are found along the upper course of the river.
  • They live along the upper Kayan and the middle Kapuas and Mahakam rivers.
  • It was filmed mainly on location, along the upper sections of the Amazon River.

flows along

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E.g.
  • Water flows along the channel at about per second.
  • The Murindó River flows along the Murindó Fault near Murindó.
  • The Chattahoochee River flows along the northern boundary of the park.

travels along

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E.g.
  • The entire route travels along the historic route of US 441.
  • Through the city, SR 101 first travels along South Main Street.
  • The highway travels along Kaufman Street and has overlaps with Bus.

extended along

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E.g.
  • The building has been extended along Tudor Street.
  • In 2004, it was extended along Hereford Farm Road.
  • A stone terrace extended along its southern facade.

walking along

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E.g.
  • The brothers were once walking along a beach and found two trees there.
  • You can apparently hear a spectre/banshee screaming while walking along the path.
  • This is relevant because "Chionea" flies are very commonly seen walking along snow.

goes along

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E.g.
  • Mercedes learns of the plan and goes along with it.
  • Her mother does not approve, but she goes along with it.
  • In the film, she also goes along but does not participate.

along the highway

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E.g.
  • The northernmost community along the highway is Elkhart.
  • VT 44 was established in 1958 along the highway between Reading and Windsor.
  • Army forces were deployed along the highway to secure a corridor for the tanks.

along

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E.g.
  • It consisted of senior members – the boyars – along with the rank-and-file ‘youths’ ("otroki").
  • The island runs along a northwest, southeast axis and is about wide at its broadest – along the west coast.
  • Her other sister, Margaret, appears – along with Lady Louisa and Charley's father – in the short story collection "".

communities along

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E.g.
  • Thung Khru District has four communities along the Bangmod canal.
  • The highway passes through forest lands outside of the communities along the highway.
  • There are no communities along the SK Hwy 9 route which contributes to the entire NWWR.

along well

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E.g.
  • He appears to get along well with Rebecca.
  • Diefenbaker and Kennedy did not get along well personally.
  • They also generally get along well with cats and other dogs.

along the trail

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E.g.
  • It was a fantastic place to camp while along the trail.
  • Much of the island's natural features are found along the trail.
  • Elevation along the trail varies from to , and total acreage is .

passed along

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E.g.
  • She relays an assignment that Nazir has passed along to him.
  • In 2018 she passed along the Dartford Creek to above Dartford lock.
  • He passed along information from Russian reports after his stay in Moscow.

villages along

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E.g.
  • On October 4 the ironclad "Numancia" shelled several villages along the coast.
  • Suisuimënë is one of the larger villages along the Paru river and has an airstrip.
  • A total of 150 families were evacuated in two fishing villages along the mainland.

along the edges

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They are wavy along the edges and may have reddish margins.
  • Wetland plants flourish along the edges.
  • Its belly is gray-green with small dark spots along the edges.

along the coastline

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • On 31 October, the destroyer "Bodryy" shelled German positions along the coastline.
  • Various castles were built along the coastline, to protect against these type of attacks.
  • The two ships were able to rejoin along the coastline before looking for a place to build a colony.

along with numerous

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They, along with numerous other musicians formed a band.
  • They have 6 state and 6 national titles, along with numerous individual player titles.
  • In 1958, he was, along with numerous notables, to establish the Homosexual Law Reform Society.

along the coasts

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Average monthly temperatures range from along the coasts.
  • Beach erosion occurred along the coasts of Vanuatu as well.
  • It is found along the coasts of Kenya and Tanzania and in Zambia.

operated along

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Services operated along this line are run by TransPennine Express.
  • Until 1963 long distance passenger trains operated along the route.
  • Until the early 20th century, a sawmill operated along Bodovlje Creek.
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