The state has argued that this law is necessary to prevent obstruction and congestion going into the abortion clinics.
Systems management companies are using big data to tackle the problem of congestion on the roads.
Thankfully, Graham was never in any distress from the congestion that quickly cleared from his immediate response to antibiotics.
[Former London] Mayor Livingstone and I founded SlimCity together and we debated the issue of congestion pricing.
Southbound Route 95 congestion is expected to increase, so we recommend that drivers consider alternate routes.
All studious youths are aware of this tendency to congestion of the brain.
The problem of congestion, in particular, is assuming ever graver proportions.
The next morning, evacuation of these wounded was begun by ambulances as the congestion at Cheppy was somewhat relieved.
But the relationship to congestion he has not always seen for himself.
By relieving the congestion on the lines, they made possible the expansion of our output of munitions.
early 15c., "action of gathering together," from Middle French congestion (14c.), from Latin congestionem (nominative congestio), noun of action from past participle stem of congerere (see congest). Medical sense is from 1630s; meaning "a crowding together of people, traffic, etc." is from 1883.
congestion con·ges·tion (kən-jěs'chən)
The presence of an abnormal amount of fluid in a vessel or organ; especially excessive accumulation of blood, due either to increased afflux or to obstruction of return flow.
When the offered load of a data communication path exceeds the capacity.