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alley

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2. Tennis chiefly US the space between the singles and doubles sidelines

alley

2
a large playing marble

Alley

A passageway providing access to a rear yard or central courtyard.

What does it mean when you dream about an alley?

An alleyway may simply be one form of the symbol of the path, which indicates seeking, transformation, and the transition from one stage of life to another. Alleys have certain other connotations, however, such as that of a shortcut, a sidetrack, or a dead end. Alleys also convey a sense of being narrow and limited, therefore requiring that they be followed closely. In contemporary society, alleyways often have sinister connotations as a location where one might be attacked. As with all dream symbols, the tone and setting of the dream determine which meaning is indicated.

alley

1. A service way providing a secondary public means of access to abutting properties; a narrow passageway between or behind buildings, sometimes permitting traffic for only one lane of cars.
2. A garden walk between rows of trees; an allée.
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The walk, organised by town centre coordinator Alan Ottey, the Jitty (footpath) Walk will take in the sights and sounds of Barwell, Hinckley and Burbage - and two of the local hostelries.
It's a very busy jitty but I wouldn't let my wife walk down there at night by herself."
| Clay Pipe Jitty is the scene of another addition to the Ladybird Collective wall messages in Loughborough.
More than 2,500 children, aged from three to 16 years, will take part in the scheme which will result in a huge mural being created along one wall of The Jitty, off Market Square.