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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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Twichell summarized PRA's contribution: "Of the 1,420 miles [2,280 kilometers] of highway across Canada to Alaska that were opened to the public after World War II, about two-thirds (970 miles [1,560 kilometers]) consisted of the original Army pioneer road, all of which had been substantially improved and upgraded by the PRA.
The Reverend Twichell was Twain's companion that night at Delmonico's, as he had been fourteen years earlier, when Twain's silk umbrella went missing during the 1875 game.
Twichell is of a generation that is post Beat and post Confessional.
"Mark Twain, Joseph Twichell, and Religion." Nineteenth Century Literature.
Joseph Twichell cut short his seminary studies to become a Union Army chaplain in New York's Excelsior Brigade.
(32) Further comedy results from Twain and Twichell's own crude attempts at sketches and illustrations that occasionally accompany the text (see, for instance, p.
Toward this goal, the author and Dave Twichell (US Geological Survey) led an Office of Naval Research-sponsored expedition to survey portions of Block Island Sound before and after large storms.
Among those first mentioned in the letters of this period are Elisha Bliss, the publisher who helped Twain make an early fortune in the subscription book trade; Joseph Twichell, the Hartford minister who would remain one of Twain's closest friends throughout the remainder of their lives; and most conspicuously, Olivia Langdon, who inspired Twain, at least in his letters, to almost unbelievable displays of boyish gush and spiritual anguish.
In general, the largest storms occur during the months of April-May and September-October (Twichell, 1967).
In reading new books by Jorie Graham and Chase Twichell, it becomes clear to me that the dynamics between poetry and personality have changed somewhat.
Joseph Hopkins Twichell, Frederick Beecher Perkins, Charles Dudley Warner, and others.
Much of the substrate of the bay is soft sediment and sand, but geologically differentiated hard bottom areas within the bay support oysters and other estuarine organisms (Twichell et al.