alley

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

alley

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

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

[n] - 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

alleyway noun a narrow street with walls on both sides
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Alley

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

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

a narrow passageway or street
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Alley

A term for a random, coincidental path or a row of white space within a segment of copy.
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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 (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

Alley is an English name for girls. The meaning is `noble, bright, famous` The name Alley is most commonly given to American girls. What do they use in other countries? Ali (Arabic) Bert Al Berry Allie (English) Ally (English) Bertie Berrie The name sounds like: Ailey, Ally, Alle, Aley Similar names are: Allfy, Alles, Arley
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Alley

Alley is slang for a pale or white marble.
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Alley

An alley is a narrow street.
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Alley

An opening between patches of emergent weeds; also the parallel space separating emergent weeds and the shoreline.
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alley

Area of the court between the singles and the doubles sidelines, also known as the tramlines, especially in Australia.
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alley

Designation (also Rebzeile, row, row) for the space between the vines in the vineyard. See under training system and also grapevine,
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Alley

Space between columns of type on a page.
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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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Alley

the area of the court between the singles and doubles sidelines, also known as the tramlines.
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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 extra area of the side court used for doubles.
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