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Pulkha
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Pulkha: A Laplanders traveling sledge. See Sledge.
Ravenala
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Ravenala: A genus of plants related to the banana. Note: Ravenala Madagascariensis, the principal species, is an unbranched tree with immense oarlike leaves growing alter
Reimpose closure
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Reimpose closure: Re-enforce a closure, re-enforce travel restrictions
Rest area
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Rest area: Area located near a major highway where travelers can stop and take a rest from driving (often includes bathrooms, restaurant, gasoline, telephones, etc.)
Rid
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Rid: To save to rescue to deliver with out of. [Obs.] Deliver the poor and needy rid them out of the hand of the wicked. Ps. lxxxii. 6. To free 7. to clear 8. to disencum
Ridership
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Ridership: Total number of passengers traveling by public transportation
Riviera
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Riviera: Vacation area on the Mediterranean Sea between southern France and northwestern Italy
Roadability
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Roadability: Ability of a vehicle to travel comfortably and stably over varying road conditions
Roadbed
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Roadbed: In railroads, the bed or foundation on which the superstructure (ties, rails, etc.) rests in common roads, the whole material laid in place and ready for travel.
Roadie
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Roadie: Person who travels with a rock band setting up and taking down the show equipment (also spelled roady)
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