sidewalk

A few people were milling about on the dark sidewalk outside the shop, but the shop itself was empty.

As the site is developed in time, large areas will be covered (streets, sidewalks, roofs).

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This is where big bills on the sidewalk float in.

Hurrying to catch up with her brother, the girl accidentally forgets her purse on the sidewalk.

Thus, we may find ourselves having walked miles of city sidewalks or wooded paths almost blindly while engrossed in deep conversation with a friend.

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The unset strand removes the set strand of the right foot, and then another set strand fastens it to a new position on the sidewalk.

A patch of sidewalk briefly turns slippery even though it is dry and clean – causing the man running away with a stolen briefcase to slip.

Initially, no consensus existed regarding the provision of streets, sidewalks, water connections and sewers.

The hour bus trip transforms them from a world of noise and crowded cement sidewalks into a world of green grass, forests, and lakes.

The drawing shows how the right leg of the walker is freed from the sidewalk, and then it is tied down to a new position.

She picks up a male in an astronaut uniform from the sidewalk and drives away.

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The explosion blasted the sidewalk and the jackfruit trees by side of the road.

Fewer people would be getting in each other’s way when trying to do something easy like walk down the sidewalk.

The left leg is then freed from the sidewalk, and is tied down to the position originally occupied by the right leg.

Refers to roads, bridges, and sidewalks; includes bills regulating automobile ownership.

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