Passageway


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passageway

[′pas·ij‚wā]
(science and technology)
A way that permits passage between two places or points.

Passageway

A space that connects one area of a building with another.

passageway, passage

A space connecting one area or room of a building with another.
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Finally, she may figure out a way to get Chad to leave her, so she can go back into her secret passageway and revert back to being Abigail.
Hawar news further said that the passageway is between the villages of Balia and Marjouq in Bakour, adding that military vehicles can easily move over the passageway that is 6 meters wide.
The Indian girl was walking through a passageway to her house when the 38-year-old Indian worker stopped her in May.
The passageway between Port Authority bus terminal and the station was back in use yesterday.
Dubai A worker has been accused of using his mobile to show images of immoral nature to a nine-year-old schoolgirl and molesting her in a passageway near her house.
It appears the man hanged himself from within the passageway.
Even this week, we saw images of Gazans smuggling some good old fashioned Kentucky Fried Chicken into the Strip through the elaborate underground passageways.
The inspiration for the Kodak passageway revitalization project actually came prior to the 2011 Revolution, with Nagati observing how passageways serve as a bridge between different spaces.
The Kodak passageway in downtown was an accessible, open location that lent itself perfectly to the exhibition and the different works.
All of these elements brought together help the UD passageway become truly useful for everyone.
The exhibition is being hosted in part of the castle which was once a passageway used by servants needing to move around to look after guests.
First, however, instruct a solicitor to check your title and write to your neighbours telling them to remove the shed and reopen the passageway.