Some articles on stayed:
... City planners initially focused on three designs cable-stayed, wave-frame girder, and through arch, but the design committee eventually recommended a hybrid suspension/c ... Despite the recommendation, TriMet chose a cable-stayed option in order to reduce cost ...
... and Chongming islands Locale Shanghai People's Republic of China Design Cable-stayed bridge with viaducts Total length 16,500 m (54,134 ft) (including ... It consists of two long viaducts with a higher cable-stayed section in the middle to allow the passage of ships ... The central cable-stayed span is about 730 metres (2,395 ft), the longest span of any bridge in Shanghai, and the tenth longest cable-stayed span in the world ...
... There are various types of places where Buddha stayed ... sometimes he was invited to stay in someone's garden or house, or he just stayed in the wilderness (a forest without owner) ...
... The Mughal Emperor Jahangir while on his way to Kabul stayed here on 29 April 1607 and went fishing in the pond ... He wrote in his autobiography (translation) "Stayed at Baba Hasanabdal on 12th Muharram, 1016 A.D ... I stayed at this beautiful place for three days ...
... The Strömsund Bridge (Swedish Strömsundsbron) is a cable-stayed road bridge, bringing road E45 over Ströms vattudal, in Strömsund, Jämtland, Sweden ... It was opened in 1956, and it was the largest cable-stayed bridge of the world at that time, constructed by Franz Dischinger, from Germany and a pioneer in construction of ...
Famous quotes containing the word stayed:
“They smote and fell, who set the bars
Against the progress of the stars,
And stayed the march of Motherland!”
—Will Henry Thompson (18481918)
“For most of the guys killings got to be accepted. Murder was the only way everybody stayed in line. You got out of line, you got whacked. Everybody knew the rules.”
—Nicholas Pileggi, U.S. screenwriter, and Martin Scorsese. Henry Hill (Ray Liotta)
“Loose me from tears, and make me see aright
How each hath back what once he stayed to weep;
Homer his sight, David his little lad!”
—Lizette Woodworth Reese (18561935)