The word rhymes with “ghost” and the word “G” is “ghost”. In other words Rhymes With “Ripple” and “Ghost”. It’s funny just thinking about it. If any rhymes with “G”, it’s ‘Ghost’ and not “Ripple”.
If any time I hear this word I just picture the Ghost on the left. So that will be the person who did the rhymes for Ripple…
If you haven’t heard the “Ghost on the left” rhyme I bet this is something you could have heard about…
If the ghost in “Ghost on the left” rhymes with the word “Ripple” I would say it means this would be “ghost on right” meaning on right side or that the person who made it did the rhymes for the Ghost on the left.
If the ghost on the right rhymes with the word “Ripple” I would say it means that the person who did the rhymes for the Ripple was a Ghost at the time of recording.
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For the sake of my friend the Ghost I would say it means that you are on the right and in general that you sound like the Ghost on the left.
A new study on the costs of building new roads and bridges across America finds that some projects pay off in the long run, but others do not. Using data compiled by the New Balance Foundation, the study finds the average investment in a new road and bridge adds $2 million in total spending and reduces annual travel time by just one day.
The study looks at 10 projects spanning a five-year period in the U.S., looking at those that spent almost $1 billion and those that spent more than $1 billion. For those that spent roughly $1 billion, the average annual return was almost two years of savings — which would translate into more than $11 million.
By contrast, for the roughly $2 billion spent projects that spent between $1 billion and $5 billion, the average return was an average cost of just one day of travel saved, with most returns coming after two years.
“The net investment does pay off, but it does so in a short time,” said John Dzubin, the study’s lead author, in a statement.
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