walk-walk

walk-walk

A passageway along the wall of a castle; usually behind the parapet of the curtain wall, 2.
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The fledgling stilt walk-walk ers will be put through their paces with expert training before taking part in a colourful street carnival.
Once finished, the pedestrian boulevard will provide a landscaped pathway for people walk-walk ing between the railway station and the city centre.
euro]ey were seen standing on the wrong side of the railings and walk-walk ing up and down the tracks.
Danny Rush posted: "It's a wonder no one has been hurt, could have been anyone walk-walk ing or driving past at the time of it happening
To think just by walk-walk ing through Nazene's door at the age of four this has come from it, it's unbelievable.
Bird, 35, and Simon, 34, were both captured walk-walk ing towards a canal bridge where it is claimed they dumped their victim's body - where it was found two weeks later.
And Tamworth stalwart David Elliott shows no sign of hanging up his uniform just yet, after three-and-a-half decades walk-walk ing thousands of miles around the Staffordshire town's Ankerside Shopping Centre.
Spokesman Matt Hemsley said: "With the Active Travel Act, there will be a lot more cycling and walk-walk ing routes to stations and people will think about using active travel to link up with trains.
I believe they played the Walk-Walk er Cup at Royal Porthcawl some years ago and an event on the European Senior Tour last year.
e family trained by walk-walk ing in the Brecon Beacons and tackling peaks in Morocco and Borneo - Mount Toubkal at at t 4167m and Mount Kinabalu at 4095m.
Police said he spoke to the girl before grabbing her by the wrist and walk-walk ing with her for several minutes in the direction of Southfield Road.
MY FIRST LIVE GAME "I remember everything - getting on the Metro, getting in the ground, walk-walk ing up to the top of the stadium and looking at the pitch.