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WHEN ROADS SAY A GOOD DEAL.

ROAD signs on the winding highland roads in and around Leh should become a topic of research for students of sociology and literature. There are gems like: ' Darling I like you; but not so fast please.' ' I am curvaceous cur·va·ceous  
adj.
Having the curves of a full or voluptuous figure.



cur·vaceous·ly adv.
.' ' Be soft on my curves'. ' If married, divorce speed.' There are even a bit tacky ones like ' Lower your gear, curve is near.' There are also straight ones like: ' Be late. Everyone will wait.' A speculation among international journalists on a recent trip was that a team of Border Roads Organisation The Border Roads Organisation, also known by its acronym BRO, is a unique combination of officers from the corps of engineers of Indian army and Border Roads Engineering Service (BRES) officers from General Reserve Engineer Force ( GREF ) to maintain roads that serve the  comprises an engineer, 20 workers and a poet. Or, highland blues must be having an effect on some lonely engineers.

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Publication:Mail Today (New Delhi, India)
Date:Nov 12, 2009
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