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    NewHope is offline Senior Member
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    Context:
    While it is conceptualized that the Riverside Area is a
    continuous experience, the spatial structure and views are very much determined by the bridges along.

    I think "along" means "along river(s)". Right?

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    You are right, but I don't like the original sentence- 'along' should have something after it, like 'the river(s)'.

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    Cool!

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