crawlway


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crawlway

A crawlspace having one dimension that is many times larger than the other two.
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In May 1986, after two years of digging, they finally uncovered a crawlway to a large room.
Koryta has done his speleological homework, and when he's got his characters inching through claustrophobic crawlways and wormways in the cold and dark, he knows what he's talking about.
And even though we're 20 metres below street level there's another four metres of crawlways below us that give even more access.
When we were designing the crawlways and things like that, it was like a live-action videogame.
Add the intimate connections made in dim restaurants and bars in fox holes and crawlways the tragic romances of love and sex all told candidly often brutally and I Kept My Word becomes a short but unforgettable bit of eyewitness accounting.
I coped and so did our photographer Steven Brough but he saw several visitors misjudge distances and bang their head on the top of the narrow crawlways.
Remove grade stakes, wood in crawlways, and other unnecessary wood sources.