How to use Traffic-jams in a sentence

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  • There are no check-in queues to endure or traffic jams to suffer.

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  • Why are there fewer traffic jams in one certain city than in any other of its size?

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  • Real-time traffic information - Useful to get around traffic jams caused by accidents or construction.

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  • In 1966, the Philadelphia Police Department coined the phrase to describe their attitude toward the crowds of shoppers and traffic jams that occur on the day after Thanksgiving.

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  • Residents of Denver and Boulder often want to avoid the mountain traffic jams.

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  • This is excellent news for anyone who abhors long lift lines, crowded slopes and traffic jams.

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  • They also work well in areas where a number of doorways come together causing traffic jams in which doors bang into one another.

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  • It's tempting to skip catching a cab or navigating your own traffic jams in lieu of these roller skate shoes, though it may be harder to apply lipstick, drink coffee and eat a bagel en route that way.

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  • Biking helps you reduce stress by avoiding those late afternoon traffic jams and driver frustration.

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