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promenade

1. a marchlike step in dancing
2. a marching sequence in a square or country dance
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Promenade

A suitable place for walking for pleasure, as in a mall or pedestrian way.
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promenade

A suitable place for walking for pleasure, as a mall.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Not too far from Promenade Two in midtown Atlanta, Eleven Hundred Peachtree Street, a 28-story, 557,000 square foot neoclassical-style office building, is best known in the neighborhood for its understated elegance.
Last month, a large coping stone became dislodged at the Central Lower Promenade, in Whitley Bay, and some railings were also damaged.
Engineers have also been at the promenade inspecting the sea defences and the damage that the bad weather caused.
A temporary barrier has been installed on the Central Lower Promenade, and the authority confirmed plans for repair work are being arranged "as soon as possible".
However, many questioned when the rest of the promenade, that runs north of the Rendezvous, would be refurbished as well.
The river promenade between the Lafranconi and SNP Bridges is now a shared space zoneCyclists and pedestrians should now be even more careful on the promenade along the Danube River between the Lafranconi and SNP Bridges.
Nelson Management Group and L+M Development Partners announced the completion of the full-scale makeover for the Promenade Apartments located at 150 West 225th Street in the Bronx.
A MAN found dead at Otterspool Promenade has been identified as Henry Hubbard.
A major renovation project at the eastern promenade was completed on December 5.
DUBAI More than 700 Dubai Marina residents have signed a petition seeking a reversal of a ban on dogs walking on the promenade.
The project, which is being funded by a PS3m regeneration grant from the Welsh Government, is based around the Grade II-listed Eastern Shelter, which is at the opposite end of the promenade to the popular Western Shelter where Nessa's Slots was based in the Gavin & Stacey television series.
VOTE ON 12-MONTH TRIAL IS WELCOMED BY CAMPAIGNERS A CONTROVERSIAL cycling ban on a popular promenade could soon be lifted.