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How to use pothole in a sentence
An officer is heard in the video suggesting that it stemmed from the city’s Get It Done app, which is primarily portrayed as a platform for residents to report non-emergencies like potholes and graffiti.Court Tosses Case After SDPD Fails to Turn Over Evidence | Jesse Marx | August 12, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
The effortless acceleration and engaging steering are sublime, especially when dodging potholes and wayward delivery trucks.
This means San Diegans could face a year of steep cuts to library hours and park programs, even slower pothole repairs and other cuts to services.Create a Budget Around Our Aspirations, Not Our Limits | Felicia Shaw, Makeda Cheatom and Micah Parzen | March 2, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
As a result, some city streets appear to be largely neglected, marked by cracks and potholes.Lemon Grove Once Again Facing Bitter Choices Over Its Future | Bella Ross | January 8, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
With its culture of listening, Trek steered right around the potential pothole.How Trek Bicycles has kept a great culture rolling in a fast-moving 2020 | lbelanger225 | November 23, 2020 | Fortune
Keep in mind, the U.S. can barely keep its government open, fix a pothole, or move a train 45 miles in an hour in this country.
A gentleman named Lee Daly from Dublin, Ireland asked Booker for help with a pothole in front of his house.
March 17, 2005 – 7:21 p.m. Type: 911 Subject: Maintenance Report: pothole “that is blocking the road” 4.George Zimmerman’s History of 911 Calls: A Complete Log | Matthew DeLuca | March 22, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
When Baker took office, it took 2½ years to fill a pothole in St. Petersburg.
They were moving around the base of a small knoll when Larkwell's foot struck a pothole in the ash and he stumbled.First on the Moon | Jeff Sutton
The carriage slumped into a pothole, and a spring seemed to snap.When the Owl Cries | Paul Bartlett
British Dictionary definitions for pothole
a deep hole in limestone areas resulting from action by running water: See also sinkhole (def. 1)
a circular hole in the bed of a river produced by abrasion
a deep hole, esp one produced in a road surface by wear or weathering
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