Definition of Routeways
1. routeway [n] - See also: routeway
Lexicographical Neighbors of Routeways
Literary usage of Routeways
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Adventure Guide to Ireland by Tina Neylon (2004)
"... have proved this great linear earthwork was a series of massive defences, not continuous, but guarding the routeways into Ulster between the bogs, ..."
2. Summary Proceedings of a Workshop on Cereal Yield Variability by P. B. R. Hazell (1986)
"CLASSIFYING THE PATHWAYS OF CLIMATE EFFECTS The effect of climate on crop yield variability may be transmitted via a number of different routeways. ..."
3. The Information Universe: Issues in Informing Science and Information by Informing Science Institute, Eli Cohen, Ed. (2006)
"The Grid and its routeways of ubiquitous persistent addresses grows exponentially to facilitate interlinking. But what of the traffic along the gridlines? ..."
4. Publications by National Bureau of Standards, United States, Michael Joseph Connolly, William Francis Galvin (1922)
"Horton, Thirteenth Engineers, USA, RTO officer in charge of routeways of this district. American pilot and French pusher from St. Menehould. Battery No. 5. ..."
5. Report of the Hundred and Twenty Third Round Table on Transport Economics by (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, SourceOECD (Online service), Centre Economic Research, Economic Research Centre, Economics Round Table on Transport (2003)
"... staff CCTV Availability of help at times of crisis Avoiding dark, shadowy and threatening imagery, deserted stations and routeways and poorly maintained ..."