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The thread or middle of the road. The middle line of a road. Where a law requires travelers meeting each other on, a road to drive their carriages to the right of the middle of the road, the parties are bound to keep to their side of the worked part of the road, although the whole of the smooth or most traveled path may be upon one side of the filum viae.

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