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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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Our good friends and membership-intersection Ginnels are also on the bill.
Ian Brady and Myra Hindley are parked by one of the ginnels running like warrens behind the streets.
Not in the rational Georgian New Towh, but in the wynds and ginnels of the medieval Old Town; not on top of a hill, but at the bottom of one, at the foot of the Royal Mile, the great elongated ramp of glacial debris that links the Castle on its volcanic outcrop with the royal Palace of Holyroodhouse at its eastern extremity.
Mr Sterk is also delighted with Ebbw Vale's Ginnels and Alleyways Project.
Fabian Ellis, 13, filmed Golcar Lily Environment Group volunteers picking litter, cutting back overgrown trees and cleaning up paths and ginnels.
Ginnels will be tidied up new and alleyway walls fixed.