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[trak-wey] /ˈtrækˌweɪ/
railway (def 3).
a path or roadway; track.
Origin of trackway
1810-20; track + way1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • But its foot may have been too flat to have permitted the striding gait evident in the trackway.
  • Using hand tools and power equipment to perform semi-skilled trackway maintenance and repair work.
  • They then learned how to calculate the length of the legs of a trackway maker and the speed at which it was moving.
  • It consists of adding both at-grade trackway and subway tunnels trackway.
  • The park's museum is built directly over the trackway of footprints, preserved in gray sandstone.
  • It is the home of the first sauropod trackway ever discovered in the world.
  • Devices provided with a trackway or guideway upon which the article support is guided when moved.
  • When a new streetcar trackway is being planned, the preferred alignment may lie directly over a shallow steel water main.

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