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The drainage pipes are to prevent the road surface cracking by keeping the ground near the road dry. When the ground underneath the road gets wet, the road could sink, kind of like when you walk in a swamp. If only part of the road sinks and the rest stays in the same place, the road could crack where the sunken portion of the road meets the part that hasn't sunk.
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A paver is a person who repaves the road and makes the road smooth again. Paver will all into the road maintenance and construction category. Paver paver.
umm the road, friction between your tires and the roads surface.
Depends on what you mean. If the road is poorly designed visually, drivers can get confused and more accidents will occur. If the road is poorly engineered, it can become flooded when rains come. If the road is made of inferior materials, the road can cause blinding glare, melt in hot sun, or not last as long as it needs to. If the soil beneath the road is poorly prepared, potholes and sinkholes are more likely to occur.
shankill road, falls road, tullycarnet. sumfin like that were they all throw petrol bombs
Bomb Patrol Afghanistan - 2011 Road of Blood 1-2 was released on: USA: 1 November 2011
A roadside bomb is exactly what it sounds like. it's a bomb usually an IED (improvised explosive device) that is hidden in a car or in the ditch with a trip wire or a remote detenator that will explode when a Coalition unit moves past it. Road side bombs are a grave threat to troops and are easy and cheap to produce for the Insurgents -Brian Alberta,Canada A roadside bomb is the same as an IED. IED's are explosives which can be made by various things. Mortars, HME (homemade explosives) Anti-tank mines, etc.
It Depends...But for the Taliban its mostly RPG7's and AK47's and road bombs!
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Real World Road Rules Challenge - 1998 Battle for the Sexes II Bombs Away 9-5 was released on: USA: 1 November 2004
On Friday the 17th of May, 1974 a number of bombs exploded in Dublin city centre and the town of Monaghan. Twenty-six people (including a French and Italian citizen) and an unborn baby lost their lives. Parnell Street, Talbot Street and South Leinster Street were devastated in the Dublin bombs which happened at about 5:30pm. Ninety minutes later, a fourth car bomb exploded outside Greacen's Pub in North Road, Monaghan town where a further seven people died. This was the greatest loss of life in a single day of the Troubles, including even the Omagh atrocity of 15 August 1998. It is believed Loyalist paramilitaries were responsible for the bombs.
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Attach bomb cage on a APC then go off road( I think)
Crossing Southampton Road in London while taking a walk on September 12, 1933.
Accidents of war, certainly, bombs hitting schools by accident, bus and other vehicles accidentally hitting road mines, etc. It happens.
There were special units of the Navy and Army that would dispose of the bombs. Some were exploded in place, some were defused, some had the explosive material steamed out of them AND some went off killing the UXB people. But, if no one knew the bombs or shells did not explode they were left to be discovered years later by a construction company building a road or digging a sewer.