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Esplanade

A flat open space used as a walkway.
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esplanade

A level open space for walking or driving, often providing a view.
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Was this the well-known, uneventful road, where holiday people strolled on Sundays?
Behind this raw matter one of the reclaimed, the product of the new forces at work, strolled despondently, carrying a rifle by its middle.
Leisurely and with something of an air I strolled along with my heart expanding at the thought that I was a citizen of great Gotham, a sharer in its magnificence and pleasures, a partaker in its glory and prestige.
Up the avenue Margaret strolled slowly, stopping to watch the sky that gleamed through the upper branches of the chestnuts, or to finger the little horseshoes on the lower branches.
Having no urgent destiny, it strolled downhill or up as it wished, taking no trouble about the gradients, nor about the view, which nevertheless expanded.
Afterwards, however, he became silent, and finally, with a word of excuse, strolled off alone.
The two girls strolled out and made their way towards the harbour.
Taking a stroll on the beaches can be the most relaxing activity for any person.
Each month, Forest Preserve District of Kane County naturalists lead a stroll as part of the "Senior Stroll" program series.
4 Charity the winner in Stroll's drive to fourth Such was the madness of Sunday's German Grand Prix that at one stage the much-derided Lance much Stroll led the race.
Lance Stroll's preparations for qualifying at his home Canadian Grand Prix have suffered a setback after his car caught fire during final practice on Saturday.
Pa St Catherine Haldane, of Parkhouse, Glasgow, Andy Stott, of Dumbarton, and Nadia Ucci, of Largs, took part in the 26-mile Mighty Stride and 15-mile Big Stroll events in Glasgow with 13,000 other walkers, raising PS3.5million.