None of the youngsters are likely to feel that any route is safe when they return to school.
Two blocks to the left was the route of the marathon, which had been resumed the previous Sunday.
This article was revised after officials altered their account of the plane's route.
If the buyer prefered to avoid that route, well, Danny says he would be reluctant to sell the firearm.
I love it when art makes you walk differently or plan your route or somehow impedes you.
If so, is the Panama route the best for the additional mails?
Our strange craft excited a good deal of interest all along the route.
We have come quite out of our route, and do not know where we are.
Who, in fact, would have thought of seeking for the east by the route to the west?
The account we have of their movements is so meagre that it is impossible to follow with accuracy the route they traversed.
early 13c., from Old French rute "road, way, path" (12c.), from Latin rupta (via) "(a road) opened by force," from rupta, fem. past participle of rumpere "to break" (see rupture (n.)). Sense of "fixed or regular course for carrying things" (cf. mail route) is 1792, an extension of the meaning "customary path of animals" (early 15c.).
1890, from route (n.). Related: Routed; routing.
/root/ The sequence of hosts, routers, bridges, gateways, and other devices that network traffic takes, or could take, from its source to its destination. As a verb, to determine the link down which to send a packet, that will minimise its total journey time according to some routeing algorithm.
You can find the route from your computer to another using the program traceroute on Unix or tracert on Microsoft Windows.