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catwalk

a narrow ramp extending from the stage into the audience in a theatre, nightclub, etc., esp as used by models in a fashion show
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Catwalk

A narrow walkway located at the side of a bridge or near the ceiling of a building, as in a theater.
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catwalk

[′kat‚wȯk]
(engineering)
A narrow, raised platform or pathway used for passage to otherwise inaccessible areas, such as a raised walkway on a ship permitting fore and aft passage when the main deck is awash, a walkway on the roof of a freight car, or a walkway along a vehicular bridge.
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catwalk

A narrow fixed walkway providing access to an otherwise inaccessible area or to lighting units, light bridges, etc.; used above an excavation, around a high building, above the ceiling of an auditorium or theater, or around a stagehouse.
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