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alley

an area in a cow barn identified by its particular purpose such as a loafing alley, a walking alley or feeding alley.
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FORGOTTEN ginnels of Golcar will be rediscovered, thanks to a walking trail.
A passer-by spotted a man with what was thought to be a gun walking along a ginnel near a betting shop in Marsh.
Wharf Street, Port Sunlight; How Wharf Street, in Port Sunlight, looks now Picture: TRACEY O'NEILL/ to040707portsunlight-2; Architect's drawings of the proposed new apartments development on North Wharf Street, in Port Sunlight, Wirral; The view in the village looking west to The Ginnel
Det Insp Andy Leonard, of Huddersfield CID, said: "He was walking down the road when a masked man ran out of a ginnel and threatened him.
Technically speaking, the Rose and Crown is not actually on Dale Street, but in Cheapside, that ancient ginnel just past the late lamented Vernon Arms, whose current, sorrily empty state is still causing concern with those who listed it among their favourite city pubs.
The victims, aged 26 and 27, started running away down a ginnel off Rudding Street when shots were fired.
Meanwhile, Darragh McCullough visits Co Mayo farmer Chris Ginnel, who was badly hit by severe storms recently.
Other residents told how they woke to see a man "covered in blood" in a ginnel behind their homes.
RESIDENTS told how they woke to see a man 'covered in blood' in a ginnel behind their Huddersfield homes.
30pm as the boy was walking with his school friend along a ginnel between Nab Lane and Priory Way.
A path between the graves and up a ginnel with hollowed cobbles leads to the hilltop and our house, which my mother turned into two, largish, dwellings in the 1960s.
30pm on Friday as the victim was walking with his school friend along a ginnel between Nab Lane and Priory Way.