cross aisle


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cross aisle

1. In a church, a transverse aisle between pews.
2. In an auditorium, an aisle usually parallel to rows of seats, connecting other aisles or an aisle and an exit.
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No objects such as vegetation or ground mounted structures should be located in the range of approximately two ft above grade to six ft above in the areas adjacent to driveway exits onto the public sidewalk or at interior intersections of parking access aisles with cross aisles. If a driveway is primarily serving truck traffic, the lower limit of foliage trimming for trees should be about eight ft above grade.
"Many stores today have long aisles with a cross aisle, but then you're opening yourself up to shoplifting.
In a store situated in upstate New York, one end-cap facing the main front cross aisle is devoted to the chain's exclusive Mossimo bath line.
The section is located up front, facing the main front cross aisle, which usually contains promotional displays of snacks and soft drinks.
in the front cross aisle with shelf talkers promoting the items as "great stocking stuffers."
Frames are usually braced in two directions, down aisle and cross aisle. In the down-aisle direction, the beams are the bracing media while the cross-aisle direction has horizontal and diagonal bracing providing the stability for the frames.
Originally set on two sides of an unbroken island, HBA has been redesigned to provide a 6-foot cross aisle, creating two 28-foot islands and two end displays, one for trial sizes, the other for deal items.
Wal-Mart's traditional discount stores, which revolutionized retailing with a high-volume, low-price, service-oriented formula, now include much larger grocery sections, and products often are prominently displayed in the main front cross aisle.
Rather, aisles are broken in half by a cross aisle. This allows the store, which executives say relies heavily on promotions, to double the space that it can devote to end-caps.
In the Lindenhurst superstore, GM and 0HBA occupy 11 sides of 50-and 38-foot gondolas, which are separated by a cross aisle. Non-foods picks up five cross-aisle endcaps and has others for pantyhose, pet supplies and discounted hardcover books.
In addition, an end-cap on the cross aisle featured a summer special offering of 10-packs of Reese's Cups, Hershey's Kit Kat, and S'Mores from Russell Stover Candies, all sharply priced at $1.19 per pack.
Rather, there is a break midway down an aisle, creating a cross aisle.