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1. n. something easy. (see also cakewalk, sleepwalk.) That game was a walk!
2. in. to walk out on someone; to quit a job. They had a big fight, and he walked.
3. in. to walk away from something unharmed. It couldn’t have been much of an accident. Both drivers walked.
4. in. to get out of prison; to get off from a criminal charge. (Underworld.) They thought they had Spike on a vice rap, but he walked.
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Dewi added there are a wide selection of locations and scenery to enjoy and all the walks are featured on the Walking in Wales section of the National Trust's website.
People wanting to take part in the walks can just turn up on the day, meeting inside the library.
5-min walk and mobility warm-up, 5-min jog, 3-min walk, 15-min jog, 5-min walk.
Kuo says that passive-dynamic walking has challenged a commonly held notion of how people walk called the "six determinants of gait.
Jones's and Beaver's pitch to Black Walk for Ham & Cheese, by contrast, was approved in a couple of hours.
ONCE A WALK HAS BEEN COMPLETED, IT CANNOT BE DESTROYED.
How does being blindfolded affect a person's ability to walk straight?
Last summer the Mid-Atlantic Chapter in Charlotte, North Carolina, piloted our newest fundraising event, the MS Challenge Walk.
And the experience of sitting in a chair looking at photo-documentation and listening to the audio component of a walk is even more disaffecting.
The restorative and calming value of the walk can last from two to three hours, or longer.
She doesn't pay attention to the roads, transportation companies, bridges, parks, promenades, broad walks, canals, and state authority that made her romantic walkers possible in large numbers.
At a time when many Catholics--especially younger ones--seem to be dusting off traditions from the past, the labyrinth can be a good stepping-off point for modern-day pilgrims trying to walk a spiritual path.
Breast Cancer Action is urging donors to think twice about the San Francisco three-day walk in July because the group believes that all of the money raised should go toward fighting breast cancer.
During those meals we talked of the coming Pilgrimage, and whether we could do the arduous walk.