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walkway

Rehabilitation medicine An instrument used to measure the timing of foot contact and or position of the foot on the ground
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As a result the walkway loop was never completed, meaning joggers and walkers had to double back on themselves after reaching the end, and support facilities were never built.
The course uses a standards-based approach to walkway safety and educates BSCs on what they need to know about how interior designers, architects, and contractors design, plan, and build facilities.
The Castle Eden Walkway was opened to the public as a country park in 1981.
2m The cost of the revamp of Belfast's waterfront walkway 1.
Fans' favourite Andy Booth in action for Town and (left) how he and the other players will feature on The Pink Link Walkway of Legends
In short, we'd like to see the state turn back the clock and open the walkway more often.
Meanwhile, the New Plymouth District Council has announced it will consider placing warning signs on the popular walkway in New Plymouth following the mauling of the elderly man.
They want to call it the Robert Pascoe Walkway, or something like that, in his memory.
In principle, I have nothing against overhead walkways.
Dr Jo Elworthy, Eden's director of interpretation, says: "At last, we have been able to start to build the walkway and, with you all, take to the trees.
With a market share of about 70 percent, Sunkid GmbH, based in Imst (Tyrol/Austria), is a leader in the area of pedestrian transport using outdoor moving walkways.
The situation may involve having the people responsible for walkway conditions inspect the site more frequently during the winter months or block off the walkway.