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Entry into the anterior cul-de-sac in vaginal hysterectomy can and should be delayed until better descensus of the uterus is obtained.
My findings, to some extent, show that developers should consider moving away from the current norm of cul-de-sacs.
The main problem with cul-de-sacs is turning the bus.
In my former hometown of Atlanta, the traditional street grid disappears about two or three miles from downtown, to be replaced by a maze of cul-de-sacs.
Plans for a footbridge over Interstate 5 are bursting the bubble of one Eugene neighborhood's suburban cul-de-sac dreams.
Photo: New pathway linking adjacent cul-de-sacs replaced "short-cut" across adjoining properties.
It would be nice if our high council tax banding on this estate could result in some traffic-calming or some signs on the cul-de-sacs to discourage the use of them as turning points.
But the cul-de-sac, a staple of town planning for decades, appears to have reached the end of the road.
Glendale would receive $800,000 to construct cul-de-sacs at Chevy Chase Drive and the railroad tracks, near the site of the Jan.
McGraw's cul-de-sacs are paradaisical places where love blooms and angels wish to tread.
All are built on Pierce's state-of-the-art Quantum custom chassis which feature a full 45-degree cramp angle, making these apparatus ideal for sharp corners, for handling the winding roads found on Oahu, and for compact cul-de-sacs in newer residential areas.
Opposition to the project erupted two weeks ago after neighbors realized the district had altered its plan to build the gym at the front of the school - on a well-traveled nonresidential street - and moved it to the back of the school yard, which adjoins a series of cul-de-sacs.