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walkabout

a dummy syndrome in horses; usually pyrrolizidine alkaloses caused by crotalaria poisoning. Affected horses walk compulsively, head press, appear blind and walk into objects. They do not respond to usual external stimuli or commands. Called also walkabout, Kimberley horse disease.
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To say goodbye to Walkabout in style, staff say there'll be one last hurrah on New Year's Eve.
Looking at a cardboard menu featuring nachos, potato skins and something called the Walkabout Platter on a Sunday evening is akin to being a pirate looking at a map which says, "Here Be Danger".
The Walkabout pub on St Mary Street is getting a PS700,000 makeover AUSTIN HARGRAVE
The Walkabout bar has reopened after a PS450,000 refit
The Apres bars in Solihull and Lichfield will be refurbished and re-open as Walkabouts in September in time for the Rugby World Cup after a PS1 million refit.
Minister for National Parks Steve Dickson said the master planning project had provided a clear vision to maximise the value of Walkabout Creek, including the construction of canoe launch facilities at Enoggera Reservoir.
TERMS & CONDITIONS Presentation of the voucher entitles one reader to one free small (175ml) glass of house white or house red wine or one free regular glass of draught Pepsi, Diet Pepsi or Lemonade at any Walkabout pub in the UK except for Barnsley, Doncaster, Glasgow, Covent Garden and Temple.
The committee panel refused the request from Walkabout.
The Aspire Walkabout includes multiple routes catering to beginners (the yellow route-500m), while a second route includes stairs for more active participants (the blue route-850m).
Residents can join staff on the walkabout, which will start at 11am at Hans Close before moving onto Henrietta Street.
Ms Carolina Bunster, CEO Walkabout Foundation noted, "A staggering 6 million people are living with paralysis in the United States, which is approximately 2% of the population.
Coun Glynis Barrie, the council's cabinet member for safer communities, said: "Estate walkabouts such as these are a great way for us to find out about the issues that really matter to our communities.