walkway

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n walkway a path set aside for walking "after the blizzard he shoveled the front walk"
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Usage

In literature:

The ducal party reached the end of the central walkway, halted and deployed.
"Space Viking" by Henry Beam Piper
Between the vats ran straight, narrow walkways of packed earth.
"Rebels of the Red Planet" by Charles Louis Fontenay
He walked on along the steel walkways, trying to clear his mind of the doubts and questions that were plaguing him.
"Gold in the Sky" by Alan Edward Nourse
Another policeman stood on the edge of the walkway.
"The Happy Unfortunate" by Robert Silverberg
On top of the dam, raised above the glancing water on stays, a narrow walkway of single planks was laid.
"Frank of Freedom Hill" by Samuel A. Derieux
A glowing sign indicated the pedestrian walkway.
"Starman's Quest" by Robert Silverberg
Walkways at three levels ran around the walls, and ladders were spaced along them.
"The Saracen: Land of the Infidel" by Robert Shea
Some of the smaller houses were connected to the great one by sheltered walkways.
"Shaman" by Robert Shea
He rammed it under a drum of gasoline and ran it to the walkway nearest to the floating plane.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, August 1930" by Various
From the walkways and stalled strips shrieks and frightened cries sounded.
"Second Sight" by Basil Eugene Wells
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In news:

Resurfacing takes most of a day, but your walkway will be back in pristine shape once you're done.
For preparing the concrete walkway before resurfacing .
Before long, it was racing over the top of the wooden walkway.
WHEN THE MISSOURI RIVER RECEDES, THE CITY EXPECTS TREE LOSS AND DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT AND LANDSCAPING AT AND AROUND THE WALKWAYS, PAVILION AND TWO PLAYGROUNDS.
Oil Eater's Tuff Rug has the strength and absorbency needed for high-traffic areas like oil change pits and walkways.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands — Dutch police banned scooters made by Segway from all public roads, bike paths and walkways in the Netherlands as of Jan 1, the nation's official importer confirmed Tuesday.
The North Gulf Shore Beach Access is a lovely walkway between the condominiums of Seagate and North Gulf Shore Boulevard.
In a walkway, an area rug softens the foot and quiets the noise.
Two or more pods can linked together with glass-and-steel walkways to create a larger, more flexible space .
Michelle Watson saw the Army officers heading up the walkway toward her Palmyra home on Sunday and knew immediately.
Fog swirled above the swamp behind the Old Waynesborough Village, its ghostly fingers poking through the walkways around the old historic buildings.
The spa, which has an attached hotel, is approached through a winding walkway flanked by various species of trees, each labelled with its own Austrian astrology.
We really think that if all moving walkways were replaced with trampolines life would dramatically improve — have you ever tried to be upset while jumping on one.
Their "trick" is that they sometimes construct football-sized nests too close to houses or walkways for comfort.
Vast Composite Pavers are now available in a 4-inch-by-8-inch size, making them better suited for commercial hardscapes, such as parking garages, walkways, and plazas, says the company.
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In science:

A complex web of roads, walkways and public transport systems can hide areas of geographical isolation very difficult to analyze.
Exploring Urban Environments By Random Walks
The method we have introduced in the present paper could easily be used to identify isolated neighborhoods in big cities with a complex web of roads, walkways and public transport systems spotting hidden areas of geographical isolation in the urban landscape.
Exploring Urban Environments By Random Walks
The method accounting the average number of random turns at junctions on the way to reach any particular place in the city from various starting points could be used to identify isolated neighborhoods in big cities with a complex web of roads, walkways and public transport systems.
Random Walks Estimate Land Value
The proposed method could be used to identify isolated neighborhoods in big cities with a complex web of roads, walkways and public transport systems.
Random Walks Estimate Land Value
Rackable Systems has a macro-module based upon a high boy (9 feet 6 inch rather than the standard 8-foot high) 40 foot shipping container (Figure 3). Their design houses 1,152 systems with a standard-width data center walkway for ease of service while maintaining remarkably high system density.
Architecture for Modular Data Centers
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