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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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It was after dinner on the promenade deck, and as Raffles spoke he glanced sharply fore and aft, leaving me next moment with a step full of purpose.
She had, however, but a limited supply of cabins on the promenade deck, and there was just that excuse for my sharing Raffles's room.
When, on the following evening, Ruth returned from the stroll on the Promenade which she always took after leaving the
The boys came up on the promenade deck, clustering close to the rail and worshiping Miss Caruthers who had flung them such a wealth of backsheesh.
Surrounded by members of todays Isola family, Mr Picardo removed the signs cover and revealed the promenades new
Our ambition is to deliver a high quality and distinctive finish right along the Central and Northern promenades and we'll continue to talk with our residents, visitors and businesses over the coming months about how we can achieve that.
The members found that cyclists are "very aware" of pedestrians and other users on Promenades, they slow down and there are few collisions.
II nous montre egalement I'influence de l'amenagement des promenades, impliquant une importante presence de la vegetation dans la ville, qui transforme physiquement l'espace urbain parisien.
THE EVOLUTION OF THE EUROPEAN SPA DURING THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY GAVE RISE TO ARCHITECTURE BASED ON A RICH AND DELIGHTFUL PANOPLY OF BATH HOUSES, CASINOS, PROMENADES, PARKS AND GRAND HOTELS.
Thomas Porter, senior principal at TVS, said "The master plan will recapture almost three-quarters of a mile of shoreline for public access and promenades.
Lest you think Easter promenades are for women only, think back to the top hat and tails favored by Fred Astaire in ``Easter Parade.
Eaton Company Limited in Pacific Centre located in Vancouver, British Columbia and Le Carrefour Laval and Les Promenades St-Bruno, both located in Montreal, Quebec.