Sidewalk

A sidewalk (footpath or footway in Australian and New Zealand English, and pavement in British English) is a path along the side of a road. A sidewalk may accommodate moderate changes in grade (height) and is normally separated from the vehicular section by a curb (British English: kerb). There may also be a road verge (a strip of vegetation, gras...
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Sidewalk

(lighting) Paved or otherwise improved areas for pedestrian use, located within public street rights-of-way also containing roadways for vehicular traffic.
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sidewalk

[n] - walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians
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Sidewalk

• (n.) A walk for foot passengers at the side of a street or road; a foot pavement.
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sidewalk

noun walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway
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Sidewalk

[magazine] Sidewalk is an English language magazine that features skateboarding culture and is published by Factory Media. ==History== Originally known as `Sidewalk Surfer`, the publication later changed its name to the current `Sidewalk` moniker. At the time of its inception, Sidewalk Surfer replaced R.A.D. (Read and Destroy) Magazine as B...
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Sidewalk

Side'walk` noun A walk for foot passengers at the side of a street or road; a foot pavement. [ U.S.]
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Sidewalk

A paved strip (typically concrete four feet in width) which runs parallel to vehicular traffic and is separated from the road surface by at least a curb and gutter. Sidewalks are common in urban areas and in some suburban residential areas.
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Sidewalk

pavement
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