roughly parallel

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  • Both of these run north-south roughly parallel with the river.
  • This highway continues roughly parallel to the river on its left bank.
  • Great hills run roughly parallel to the river course, but leave a wide plain between themselves and it. Cited from With Rimington, by L. March Phillipps
  • The northern boundary lies some way north of, and very roughly parallel to this road.
  • At a little distance rose a belt of woods roughly parallel with the road. Cited from The Long Roll, by Mary Johnston
  • M-21 runs roughly parallel to the river out into the country side.
  • The highway runs roughly parallel to the rail line for its entire run across Iowa.
  • Most of the western route was built roughly paralleling the Great Northern Railway.
  • They are organized roughly parallel to the ministry itself and have several divisions responsible for carrying out various functions.
  • The rivers of the area flow from the north-east to the south-west in courses roughly parallel to one another.
  • European route E18 runs through the county roughly parallel to the railway.
  • The creek turns east, running roughly parallel to railroad tracks.
  • Most of its course roughly parallels that of the Indian River a few miles to the south and west.
  • The Glenn Highway runs roughly parallel to the river for much of its length.
  • Many rivers penetrate the island in roughly parallel lines every two to five kilometers.
  • These are roughly parallel to one another and run along the flake margin.
  • Ski areas located along the face of a long ridge may simply have numerous lifts running roughly parallel.
  • The proposed route was to be roughly parallel with the Oxford Canal and long.
  • The bridge runs roughly parallel to the Yangtze River, about south of the river.
  • Between and roughly parallel with these two large rivers is the smaller Tokomairiro River.
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