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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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A spokeswoman said: "We were called to Harborne Walkway after the body of a man was discovered at 1am.
Despite its recent recladding, you can still see that the entrance hall to the station, which sits on stilts above the pavement, could have been part of a walkway.
The walkway will be 2km long, starting from the Potima beach and stretching to Mouttes.
A leader in the ECHO in December 1967 said: "The James Street walkway will be at least a promise that a day is coming when vehicles and walkers are no longer in thrombotic contention in the main arteries in the heart of Liverpool.
The roof was torn off as TURN TO PAGE 6 FROM PAGE ONE the 14ft tall bus hit the 12ft high walkway - which is clearly signposted - connecting two buildings at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh.
Now the council says that it will remove that wall, and reinstate the Millennium Walkway site.
A new wall was created in Callaghan Square in April but the council now says that it will remove that wall, and reinstate the Millennium Walkway site.
Velasco was stabbed on the walkway shortly before 7 a.
Police say they received a report that a woman had fallen from the footpath above on to the marina walkway next to the river.
Not for the faint-hearted, the AYKON Dare walkway is all the more terrifying as its floor is made entirely of glass allowing brave visitors to gaze 80 floors to the ground.
Half of the walkway area has already been taken by the adjacent Seef Mall Muharraq in a deal with the Muharraq Municipality without the council's consent, prompting the decision to be referred to the Legislation and Legal Opinion Commission for a ruling.
Classroom instruction on the core elements on walkway safety