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  • He also co-hosted the popular Cloverleaf Radio on the same channel.
  • The figure-eight pattern, though, was eventually dropped in favor of the more-difficult cloverleaf.
  • The new junction was to help traffic and has much of an addition of the cloverleaf.
  • It is the only high school in the Cloverleaf Local School District.
  • Over the next two years, numerous bridges and cloverleaf interchanges along the new highway were constructed.
  • Many people have been mystified by the cloverleaf-like symbol that appears on the feature key. Cited from The Hackers' Dictionary of Computer Jargon
  • It is a simple cloverleaf interchange between north-south and east-west freeways.
  • The bridge contains a partial cloverleaf interchange on the western side of the river.
  • Cloverleaf is one of the eight schools who compete in the Suburban League.
  • The symbol consists of a green or gold cloverleaf with four leaves, contained with a white triangle.
  • The interchange itself is rather a sprawling one and looks somewhat like a half cloverleaf.
  • It takes its name from Cloverleaf Acres, a development in the area.
  • The pattern from every point of the cloverleaf will have a precisely measured distance from one point to the next.
  • He entered the cloverleaf and was halfway through it when he saw the copter. Cited from Rebels of the Red Planet, by Charles Louis Fontenay
  • The family shield consists of a green cloverleaf in a silver field, accompanied by three doves of natural color.
  • In 1990 Cloverleaf had two elementary schools, one junior high school, and one high school.
  • An on-ramp was constructed over the cloverleaf and used in the 1970s, but later removed.
  • Despite the name, the interchange has only two cloverleaf-style ramps.
  • Road Runner's bonus stage has him racing around a cloverleaf track to collect items.
  • The cloverleaves below the parting was a popular, old local symbol for agriculture.
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Words starting with cloverleaf

Meaning of cloverleaf

  • noun An interchange that does not require left-hand turns