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DOT. This French word is adopted in Louisiana. It signifies the fortune, portion, or dowry, which a woman brings to her husband by the marriage. 6 N. S. 460. See Dote; Dowry.

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Texas Department of Transportation, San Antonio, Texas: For the "San Antonio TransGuide Wrong-Way Driver Project" in partnership with the City of San Antonio Police Department to prevent wrong-way crashes.
Meanwhile, the Department of Transportation has all too readily absorbed the mood in Washington, speaking proudly of its new "partnership" with trucking and rail companies, as if having good relations with those industries were the primary goal.
According to information provided by the California Department of Transportation (CalTrans), "Most of the concrete pavement removed from existing highways and streets in California is processed and used as aggregate base throughout the state.
But his EIR has been stalled for more than a year, hung up by the DWP and awaiting Department of Transportation approval of his traffic study.
New York State Department of Transportation was formed to deal with the state's complex transportation system and the ever-increasing need to coordinate the development of transportation, with each mode serving its best purpose.
John Fisher, an assistant general manager of the Department of Transportation, denied city vehicles interfere with public parking.
General Motors is pleased to lead this broad-based consortium and we are looking forward to working with the Department of Transportation and other members of the consortium.
With the view of business data and relationships offered by BusinessObjects Performance Manager and BusinessObjects Dashboard Manager, we are seeing a shift in the thinking of many of our employees," said Jim Davis, Strategic Development Administrator at Georgia Department of Transportation.
4 million licensed drivers attain average speeds of 42 mph on freeways - or 32 mph in more congested areas, said Paul Chow, an associate transportation engineer for the California Department of Transportation.
NASDAQ:TRFC), the leading provider of personalized traffic information for drivers coast to coast, today announced an agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) that provides for the development of a new Advanced Traveler Information System (ATIS) for Southwest Florida, to deliver enhanced, customizable traffic information for commuters and travelers.
Officials of the city's Department of Transportation, which developed the system, said the initial test of the first two smart crosswalk locations showed 30 percent more motorists stopped for pedestrians than in a regular crosswalk.
airlines declined in July while consumers filed fewer complaints about airline service during the month, the Department of Transportation said today.

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