alley

  1. a narrow street with walls on both sides
  2. a lane down which a bowling ball is rolled toward pins

alley

The area between the BREAKER CARDING and FINISHER CARDING MACHINES in which the ALLEY TENDER works.

Alley

Alley is slang for a pale or white marble.
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alley

[n] - a narrow street with walls on both sides
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Alley

The passageways between blocks of pews.
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Alley

Al'ley noun ; plural Alleys [ Middle English aley , alley , Old French alée , French allée , a going, passage, from Middle English aler , French aller , to go; of uncertain origin: confer Prov. anar , Italian andare , Spanish ...
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Alley

Al'ley noun ; plural Alleys [ A contraction of alabaster , of which it was originally made.] A choice taw or marble. Dickens.
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alley

alleyway noun a narrow street with walls on both sides
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Alley

• (n.) The space between two rows of compositors` stands in a printing office. • (n.) A choice taw or marble. • (n.) Any passage having the entrance represented as wider than the exit, so as to give the appearance of length. • (n.) A passageway between rows of pews in a church. • (n.) A narrow passage; especially a walk or ...
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Alley

Alley is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Noble, Kind` Alalade,Alasan,Aleceia,Alechia,Alecka,Aleecea,Aleesha,Aleeshia,Aleisha,Aleishka,Aleit,Alesha,Aleshia,Aleson,Aleydis,Alica,Alice,Alicea,Aliceson,Alicha,Alichia,Alicia,Alicio,Alida,Aliesa,Aliezah,Aliisa,Alis,Alisa,Alisea,Alisha,Alishia,Alisia,Alison,Alissa,Alissah,Alisya,Aliz,Aliz...
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alley

alley (AL ee) A passageway, a narrow thoroughfare, narrow back street, lane: 'There was a busy street in front of the house and an alley behind it.' Alley follows the simple rule of adding an “s” to become a plural; alley, alleys: 'Cats prowled the alleys of the town.' Do not confuse alleys with allies, the plural of ally: 'France was jus...
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Alley

A walking area for cattle within a barn such as a loafing alley, feeding alley or cross alley (walkway) from a barn to the milking parlor.
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Alley

Alley is slang for a pale or white marble.
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alley

a narrow passageway or street
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Alley

Space between columns of type on a page.
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Alley

An alley is a narrow street.
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Alley

(US) A clear track in a switching yard. (UK: marshalling yard.)UoS
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Alley

1) A group of lanes; 2) bowling establishment; 3) playing surface,usually made of maple and pine boards; urethane lanes may soon outnumber wood lanes.
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Alley

An alley or alleyway is a narrow lane, path, or passage way, often for pedestrians only, which usually runs between, behind, or within buildings in the older parts of towns and cities. It is also a rear access or service road (back lane), or a path or walk in a park or garden. A covered alley or passageway, often with shops, may be called an arcad...
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Alley

the court in Gaelic handball, often measuring 12.2 m by 6.1 m (40 feet by 20 feet)
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Alley

The passageways between blocks of pews.
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Alley

the extra area of the side court used for doubles.
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Alley

The spaces in the outfield between the right fielder and center fielder (right field alley), or the
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Alley

Strictly, a group of lanes or the bowling establishment that houses them. Often used, though, to mea
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Alley

The area of the court between the singles and doubles sidelines, also known as the tramlines.
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