Boardwalk


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Boardwalk

A walkway, usually above a beach, whose surface is constructed of parallel planks; often set on a diagonal to the framing timbers below.

boardwalk

A walkway made of boards or planks, often a promenade along a shore or beach.
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The new boardwalk will be continuously complete by Memorial Day 2016, with intact sections of the old boardwalk and new sections linked together.
Boardwalk received financial advice from Deutsche Bank AG (FRA:DBK) in connection with the transaction.
A Nakheel spokesman said: "The Boardwalk at Palm Jumeirah, one of several new projects underway on the island, will be a big draw for Palm residents, the wider community of Dubai and the millions of tourists who visit Dubai each year.
Manufactured with 6106-T6 commercial grade slats, residential aluminium screens, gates and fences from Boardwalk Shutters are durable and low maintenance.
The Boardwalk will include an East and West Pier -- each stretching 100 metres out to sea offering extensive views of the Arabian Gulf, Palm Jumeirah and the Dubai skyline and featuring a range of glass-encased cafes and restaurants.
We soon realised that a recycled plastic boardwalk was the ideal option for the wet environment, as it will not rot.
UWI ecologists were committed to observing the boardwalk from its inception, and established a number of monitoring efforts to learn how local species used the space.
Following the roll-out of this service in Japan, Boardwalk believes that NFC compatibility is necessary for the future core technology of ticket board in order to implement mobile ticketing services in overseas markets, the company said.
The lot is large enough to contain a 300-foot reconstructed boardwalk and all the necessary support infrastructure, such as trucks, props, shops and catering.
Boardwalk increased its distribution by half a cent, or 1%, from last quarter to $0.
Recapturing boardwalk audience may not be easy but today we have more tools and are able to offer more incentives to make that happen.
GARDNER - The Boardwalk Restaurant & Pub, which has been closed since 2004 and briefly reopened under a new name, recently lost its liquor license and is now fighting to regain it.