ground wall

ground wall

The foundation wall of a building.
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And for a younger Alexander-Arnold, it was the players whose exploits in European competition stood out - and he would make the 10-minute walk from his home in West Derby to peer over the training ground wall at his heroes.
He was the subject of some graffiti daubed on Liverpool's training ground wall, pleading for him to be sold.
CRIMINAL ACT...graffiti adorning a recreation ground wall in Bournbrook.
The off-position conductor element is forced back into contact with the respective ground wall to form a single-ridge waveguide.
JIM Walker has pictures on his Bodymoor Heath training ground wall of ten of the best Villa players he has seen at the club.
Only a few lads perched on a sports ground wall could catch a glimpse of the Orangemen.
``Because Michael didn't play in Graz, he carried on with the other players who weren't involved which is when the pictures were taken over the Melwood training ground wall.
So, too, the low-life who daubed a vile message on the Melwood training ground wall.