from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A path marked off on a street to indicate where pedestrians should cross.
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- n. Place where pedestrians can cross a street
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from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a path (often marked) where something (as a street or railroad) can be crossed to get from one side to the other
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The idea of closing that crosswalk is a non-starter as the nearest crosswalks to the east and west are hundreds of feet away.
Even if the pedestrian in the crosswalk is freakishly agile.
The people on the crosswalk are their employees and their shareholders.
The crosswalk was the only brief stop on his trip.
And, you know, we ran up the sidewalk in and out of people and then, you know, ran across the street, you know, not looking for any kind of a crosswalk, which is kind of stupid I guess.
Every yellow car in the picture behind the crosswalk is a Ford Crown Victoria.
Many residents say the crosswalk is a good effort, but hasn't been effective as drivers refuse to stop.
It isn't clear if the crosswalk is a seasonal design or a permanent one but it works both for Valentine's Day and the romantic dating venue in Chengdu. (via Neatorama)
Family members described him as a loving, talented man, and said the irony is that the very area he claimed needed a crosswalk was the area responsible for his death.
Speaking of topos, I think that the auto repair and car sales people got together and paid for a new "crosswalk" in Chapala.
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