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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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Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal rank 1-2-3 in Canada; while Australia's most walkable cities are Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.
People who live in more walkable places tend to earn more, but they also tend to pay a higher percentage of their income for housing.
The writers are members of WE CAN, the Walkable Eugene Citizen Advisory Network (www.
The site location is ideal for creating a successful transit oriented development that will further advance the Westside of White Plains into an invigorating walkable community.
Walkable ceiling serves as maintenance platform for access to lights, valves, and control devices without interruption to on-going processes
It also provides walkable, direct access to the apron.
Demographic and consumer-preference changes over the last decade have created greater demand for walkable urban real estate in communities with mixed residential and commercial uses.
Though the city has seen an influx of trendy restaurants over the past few years, it retains a small-town-in-the-big-city flavor, with a walkable downtown area complete with a multiplex and the Kirk Douglas for live theater.
Walkable groundcovers are the holy grail of plants anywhere, especially in the rugged High Sierra.
The researchers controlled for variables, such as health at baseline, in order to rule out the probability that healthier people were choosing more walkable neighbourhoods to begin with.
A second study that compared neighborhoods, not individuals, found that the most walkable neighborhoods had the lowest incidence of obesity, overweight and diabetes.
1 (USDM), launched by the UPC in 2012, and the Public Realm Design Manual (PRDM), launched in 2011, the new provisions will help to improve the lives of pedestrians by creating more attractive and walkable streets.
Twin 30-gallon livewells, lockable rod storage, walkable gunwales and dual casting decks are incorporated into the interior layout.
Bright, light, walkable, fun, packed with bars, restaurants and culture.