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sidewalk

US and Canadian a hard-surfaced path for pedestrians alongside and a little higher than a road

Sidewalk

Walkway along the side of a road, or leading to a building, usually constructed of flagstone, brick, or concrete.

sidewalk

[′sīd‚wȯk]
(civil engineering)
A walkway for pedestrians on the side of a street or road.
A foot pavement.

sidewalk

A paved footwalk at the side of a street or roadway.

Sidewalk

(1) See Sidewalk Labs.

(2) A Microsoft service that was launched in 1997 to provide online arts and entertainment guides on the Web for major cities worldwide. In 1999, Microsoft sold Sidewalk to Ticketmaster, which continued to provide guides, ticketing and other information to the MSN network.
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Rather than sidewalks in the city as disorderly, she shows why they are better understood as 'mixed-use public spaces', a perspective that may lead to better design and management policies (p.
This short section ends with what might be described as Sidewalk City's, manifesto for a new "mixed-use sidewalk paradigm" (pp.
West River moved for, among other things, summary judgment dismissing plaintiffs complaint, asserting that because the area of the sidewalk upon which plaintiff tripped was located entirely in front of the Mercado property, the "defect" did not abut the West River premises, and therefore West River could not be held liable for failing to maintain its sidewalk.
The concerned Cebu City officials should take into account the danger posed by the steep sidewalks and not be overly concerned with aesthetics.
location on Whipple Street was also cited for failing to clear sidewalks.
The City of Windhoek says the uncontrolled usage of sidewalks for storage of building materials and for the use of concrete mixers spilling concrete on tarred roads and blocking stormwater systems, is a major concern.
However, if sidewalk conditions are hazardous (with cracks and/or obstacles such as trees, poles, and other objects), then people, especially those with disabilities, will face problems and potentially avoid using sidewalks.
Greg Crump, a security officer who monitors the sidewalk in front of the public library, said he's been hit twice by bicyclists on the sidewalk.
GAM also specified certain criteria for the trees planted on the sidewalks, for instance they shall be of a kind that grow quickly, annually falling leaves, roots relatively deep, and with high branches.
I've been in the sidewalk restoration business for more than 50 years, and the technological improvements today are remarkable.
Prices: pounds 16,910 for the One Sidewalk, pounds 17,960 Cooper and pounds 20,235 Cooper S Sidewalk.
Additional MINI options standard on Sidewalk models include automatic stability control and traction, multifunction leather steering wheel, mirror caps in the body colour, a chrome line interior, passenger seat height adjustment, sports seats, front fog lamps, and onboard computer.