Bridges

Bridges is the plural form of bridge. It may also refer to:

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Bridges - Other
... Bridges (puzzle) Bridges (Jets Overhead album), 2006 Bridges (Gil Scott-Heron album), 1977 Bridges (Moka Only album), 2012 "Bridges", an episode in the TV drama Fairly Legal Baron Bridges, a ...
Sturt Highway - Bridges
... of four times At Mildura over a high arched bridge At Paringa (near Renmark) over a lift-span bridge which used to have a railway through the middle as well as the road carriageway on each side At Kingston over a high ...
Gustav Lindenthal - Standard Engineering Practices
... Trains were very popular during this time and made up a majority of large bridge building that took place ... Trains being as heavy as they were made engineers greatly overcompensate and build bridges that were oversized, bulky, and expensive ... Lindenthal pointed out that bridges did not have to support the full load of a train ...
Gustav Lindenthal - Structural Accomplishments
... Gustav Lindenthal made bridges that reached new heights for his time ... At the time of Hell Gate's completion, the bridge stood as the longest and heaviest steel bridge in the world ... Gustav Lindenthal also expanded the idea of "double decker" lanes on his bridges ...
Girard-Perregaux - Collections - Tourbillon With Three Gold Bridges
... of the design of the movement “Tourbillon with three gold bridges.” The three bridges, now the mobiles of the movement, were redesigned in the form of arrows and placed ... In 1889, the Tourbillon with three gold bridges was awarded a gold medal at the Universal Exposition of Paris ... Since then, the Tourbillon with three gold bridges is offered in different versions, and is sometimes associated with other watchmakers’ complications ...

Famous quotes containing the word bridges:

    ... this single span,
    Reaching for the world, as our lives do,
    As all lives do, reaching that we may give
    The best of what we are and hold as true:
    Always it is by bridges that we live.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    to-morrow it seem
    Like the empty words of a dream
    Remembered on waking.
    —Robert Bridges (1844–1930)

    If the Revolution has the right to destroy bridges and art monuments whenever necessary, it will stop still less from laying its hand on any tendency in art which, no matter how great its achievement in form, threatens to disintegrate the revolutionary environment or to arouse the internal forces of the Revolution, that is, the proletariat, the peasantry and the intelligentsia, to a hostile opposition to one another. Our standard is, clearly, political, imperative and intolerant.
    Leon Trotsky (1879–1940)