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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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This master standing agreement includes a minimum of 6 moving walkways and a maximum of 10 moving walkways (4 additional units).
Empire Bridge has gone - but its sign remains The hotel's restaurants were designed to face the walkways rather than the street.
In the 1960s, the council came up with a plan to create a linked system of walkways over the city.
The law bars the city government to close any road right of way, which may include walkways, said city engineer Nazita Banez.
com)-- Many building service contractors (BSCs) aren't aware that they can be increasing the risk of slips and falls with how they clean, that they could be cleaning better and faster, and are missing out on revenue from offering increasingly in demand walkway safety services.
Orange and advertising agency Publicis Conseil came up with the idea of the high speed walkway that showed the speed and smoothness of the Orange 4G network.
I am absolutely horrified by the concrete monstrosity of an overhead pedestrian walkway under construction on the Limassol seashore, opposite the former GSO stadium (which was itself recently converted into a concrete monstrosity).
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Two public gardens, with key facilities including a walkway as well as a children's playground and rest areas, is likely to come up in Riffa, A'ali and Isa Town, said Bahrain government officials.
5-kilometre long walkway for the residents of Al Mirfa.
Further plant more trees around the walkways and give a feeling as if jogger or walker is walking in green woods.
Manoj Srinivasan, a locomotion researcher at Princeton University, says that two mathematical models created by him show how people travel on such walkways.