Potholes sentence example

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  • Cycling accidents caused by potholes Many cycling accidents are caused by poorly kept roads.

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  • We set off at 7 in an ancient VW combi, soon slowing to a crawl on dirt roads pockmarked with potholes.

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  • Mandy steered the bike along the gravel track at the edge of the field, being careful to avoid the potholes.

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  • He agreed and two weeks ago discovered the joys of speeding humps, raised slabs, potholes and overgrown bushes.

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  • Factor had agreed with Secretary that Estate might be able to provide some hard core for larger potholes.

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  • In our eighteen hundred miles of driving, we found only one road that had several potholes in it.

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  • Take care down here as there are a few bad potholes but in general the road surface is very good.

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  • Moreover, they can tear up little potholes all along the outfield, never mind what they can do to raw flesh when you're sliding into third base and your cleat careens right into the third baseman.

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  • A school doesn't properly care for a soccer field, resulting in potholes that sprain the player's ankle.

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  • Potholes For all issues relating to highway maintenance call the Customer Services hotline.

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  • Efforts have been made to fill the potholes in the car park.

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  • Your local Council can use this to repair potholes.

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  • Riders have to keep a tab on their whole environment, including the potholes on unmaintained roads.

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  • Saunders reported deep potholes to School Lane by light BSAS 35.

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  • I can't use my cycle in the rainy season or in the dark, there are too many potholes in the mud roads.

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  • Gradually the tarmac was crumbled at the edge causing dangerous potholes.

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  • The wetlands were dotted with a few species and individuals, but nothing in comparison to my visits to the prairie potholes farther west.

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  • Derbyshire caves are rather singular in that tho many of them possess deep drops, there are only three open potholes of any note.

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  • Be warned, however, that road surfaces are variable and potentially treacherous after heavy rain when potholes may be disguised.

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  • I have never seen roads like it before, giant potholes which I thought would swallow the bus whole at times.

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  • It sits atop a suspension seatpost, which seems to be soaking up some of the many potholes we have here.

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  • Scott pedaled precariously down the street, doing his best to avoid puddles and potholes.

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  • These are built for challenging terrain, mountains, roads with potholes and so forth.

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  • Usually, you'll need a brown or amber lens color for best maneuvering around potholes, other cyclists, rocks and mud.

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  • Be aware that Yellowstone's roads are slow, often full of potholes, and that some are currently undergoing construction.

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