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ropewalk

[′rōp‚wȯk]
(engineering)
A long walkway down which a worker carries and lays rope in a manufacturing plant.
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Andrew McNamara, Ropewalk Chambers 'A well-respected barrister.
The location and cheap nature of this pub make it a good spot for an afterwork pint or a stopping off point for a drink for people on the way to the Jam House, but the low quality of the food means you shouldn't step into The Ropewalk to eat.
The Ropewalk, St Paul's Square, Hockley, Birmingham (0121 233 2129)
A competition was held when the local authority took over Stumholm (one of the islands of the group) and the winning scheme by Hederus Malmstrom took its tone from the austere eighteenth-century military warehouses and ropewalks of C.
I will do anything to support the forces and I'm proud to see this discount card launch at the Ropewalk.
I understand some of the car parks, like the Ropewalk, are a cash cow and you may not be able to reduce the prices but somewhere like the Co-op car park, we could have two hours parking for PS1 rather than one.
Ropewalk Chambers is an 'outstanding set', providing 'a London-quality service'.
Very well-thought-of' set Ropewalk Chambers attracts praise for its 'strength in depth' and its 'speed and high-quality service'.
Tony Wilkes, centre manager at the Ropewalk Shopping Centre, said: "We're really excited to be hosting The Line Project in the Ropewalk.
Ropewalk Chambers' personal injury practice is well regarded nationally, particularly for industrial disease cases, and the clinical negligence practice is also gaining momentum.
I would imagine the closure of BHS will also have a detrimental effect on other shops within the Ropewalk as this may lessen their footfall.
An artist's impression of Ropewalk, a major pounds 17 million retail and leisure scheme for Nuneaton town centre