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  • Because of this special status, there are no secondary state roads and, therefore, most roads are unnumbered.
  • The pages are unnumbered; the stories are instead broken into parts and chapters.
  • The old alignment was unnumbered until 1976, when it given its current assignment.
  • There are unnumbered thousands of spirit beings good and evil, tramping the earth's surface, and filling its atmosphere. Cited from Quiet Talks on Prayer, by S. D. (Samuel Dickey) Gordon
  • Its Massachusetts continuation was unnumbered until the early 1930s when it was assigned Route 69.
  • A road remained in the location of MT 87, although it was unnumbered.
  • The current Route 108 south of Wakefield was unnumbered at the time.
  • West of Batavia, what is now NY 33 was unnumbered and only partially state-maintained.
  • He immediately set to work to catalogue the Museum's entire collection of fossils, which at the time was unnumbered and, frequently, undocumented.
  • The Washington Park Shuttle began serving this station in 2010 (at which time the route was unnumbered).
  • The state maintains of roads, of which are numbered routes and are unnumbered roadways making up the state's secondary roadway system.
  • When the book is divided into numbered chapters, by convention the introduction and any other front-matter sections are unnumbered and precede chapter 1.
  • Instead, since the manuscript pages are unnumbered, it is possible that pages from two separate works were at some point in time placed together in the Weimar holdings.
  • The pages in the print issues are unnumbered.
  • At the time, modern Route 107 was unnumbered.
  • Having made acquaintance with the flowers and the birds, every journey will take on an added interest because always there are unnumbered scenes to attract our attention; which although observed many times, grow more lovely at each new meeting. Cited from See America First, by Orville O. Hiestand
  • The rest of the highway was unnumbered, despite being closely paralleled by C37 south from the Sumner Tunnel.
  • Before 1950, storms are numbered based on their appearance in the Atlantic hurricane database, although tropical depressions are unnumbered.
  • The consequence is that there are unnumbered people who read as Mrs. Dubbadoe did or as Lysimachus did, without the slightest knowledge of what the books have contained. Cited from How To Do It, by Edward Everett Hale
  • It was decommissioned in the early 1930s, and by 1935 the road was unnumbered.
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