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walk-up

1. An apartment building or commercial building without an elevator.
2. An apartment or office above the entry floor in such a building.
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"We had 17,500 snapped up before and we will now try and sell out the other stands, with the exception of the Fantastic Media Lower which we will reserve for walk-ups.
With two days' sales remaining plus on-day walk-ups ahead of the 4pm kick off, it is possible that the best-of-the-season 27,930 who saw Wasps beat Midlands rivals Leicester will be matched.
Included are training drills to reinforce steadiness, honoring and dealing with diversions, as well as walk-ups, single and multiple marks and blind retrieves.
The discount will not be available for walk-ups in Memphis, and is not available to non-members.
He also dismissed suggestions poor ticket sales may have helped force the organisers' hands, saying: "Up to Wednesday, we'd sold more than 8,000 tickets and, with walk-ups, we only wanted 10,000 to 12,000 people anyway.
"It's been more of a success than we anticipated, especially with the amount of walk-ups.
We sold 12,800 season tickets at the start of the season and the walk-ups have been remarkable.
Les Tomlin, president and CEO, reported that the company "had [its] first deal completed within the first 15 minutes of the show floor opening." He added that floor traffic was very heavy, with "lots of high-quality walk-ups, in addition to our already full meeting schedules.
Walk-ups lead the way with 23 percent of property sales volume.
Walk-ups are also welcome and can pay a higher "walk-up" price at the trucks.
18 floors would feel rather OliteO in Hong Kong; however, in Macau, the Sofitel towers over the neighbouring walk-ups, presenting a sweeping view over downtown Macau on one side, and out over the entwining rivers of the harbour on the other.