promenade

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promenade

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

Promenade

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

promenade

A suitable place for walking for pleasure, as a mall.
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OF Firstly as a promenader pushing my granddaughter up and down the promenade at Rhyl, I would say no.
The Birmingham Foundation is promising a concert programme for both the experienced promenader and the first-timeconcert goer.
BROLLY GOOD: Thousands brave the rain on William Brown Street BIG HAND: A promenader joins in the fun UNITED STATE: Two women show support for the Americans
He quickly pulled six lengths clear of Hail Promenader, going about his task with plenty of zest, and it was noticeable the runner-up was also extending the gap on third-placed General Tufto near the finish.
Hail Promenader could rattle a few cages in the visitengland.
The Ocean Cafe chips in with its own take on what a pier promenader needs for sustenance.
10 1 SHARP AND SMART K Fallon (9-4 Fav) 2 Hail Promenader (5-1) 3 Frozen Over (9-2) 12 ran 33/4 2 H Morrison Tote: win PS3.
A former assistant to Giles Bravery, Tony Carson joined the Newmarket training ranks at Southgate Stables in December and trebled his tally for the year in the space of half an hour when Hail Promenader cut through a monsoon to land the following 1m handicap.
SIR - As an ardent Welsh promenader I was pleased to see the opening night of the Proms advertised on BBC2 Wales for the evening of Friday, July 16, especially since I was a member of the full and appreciative audience at the opening night of the Welsh Proms at St David's Hall, Cardiff.