Recent Examples of lamppost from the Web
After all, people from Beijing to London equally risk walking into a fountain or lamppost, distracted by their Apple, Google, or Huawei phones.
But unlike concrete barriers, fences, and temporary roadblocks, bollards can feel like ordinary pieces of street furniture, closer to lampposts or traffic signs than fortifications.
The noose was hanging from a lamppost near the National Gallery of Art, said Sgt.
Their bikes, which are equipped with GPS, can be left anywhere though, in future, rider incentives will be given when a bike is left at a rack or biker friendly location like a lamppost.
Faulty lampposts, a light-switch electrical malfunction and a service line were believed to have contributed to those injuries.
The noose was found hanging from a lamppost near the National Gallery of Art, said Sgt.
The fliers were found Thursday on cars and lampposts around Washington.
Authorities have said speed also appears to have been a factor in the collision, which downed a lamppost and a tree.
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Definition of lamppost for English Language Learners
: a post with an outdoor lamp on top
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