The word toll has several meanings.
Other articles related to "toll":
... Portuguese roads have old highways with toll station where drivers can pay with cards and also lanes where there are electronic collection systems ... However most new highways only have the option of Electronic Toll collection system ... The Electronic Toll collection system comprises three different structures ANPR which works with infrared cameras and reads license plates from every vehicle Lasers to measure the volumetry ...
... the slow, solemn ringing of church bells at funerals Johan Christopher Toll (1743–1817), Swedish statesman and soldier Toll (gene), encode members of the Toll-like receptor class of proteins Toll-like receptor ... Toll charging and toll-free telephone numbers Tolling (law), a doctrine which allows for the pausing or delaying of the running of the period of time set forth by ...
... Various sections of the E73 are tolled, using a range of toll collection systems ... Motorways in Hungary are tolled using an electronic toll collection (ETC) system with charges differing for various categories of vehicles and length of period when the e-vignette is valid ... As of August 2011, the toll charged along the Croatian section of the E73 route between various toll plazas at each motorway exit, varies depending on the length of route travelled and the ...
... From its construction in 1811, a toll was levied on users of the embankment ... For motor cars, for many years, the toll was a modest one shilling per day (regardless of how many times the vehicle used the road) ... After the introduction of decimal currency in 1971 the toll became five pence ...
... The 183A Toll Road or 183A is a toll road in the Austin metropolitan area of the U.S ... The 183A Toll road is electronic only and has no cash toll booths ... Motorists driving without a toll tag will receive a bill in the mail payable within 30 days ...
Famous quotes containing the word toll:
“one is in a shoe factory cursing the machine,
one is at the aquarium tending a seal,
one is dull at the wheel of her Ford,
one is at the toll gate collecting,
one is tying the cord of a calf in Arizona,
one is straddling a cello in Russia....”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“The fact that the mental health establishment has equated separation with health, equated womens morality with soft-heartedness, and placed mothers on the psychological hot seat has taken a toll on modern mothers.”
—Ron Taffel (20th century)