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  • noun Plural form of alley.

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Examples

  • Well, after over 20 years of searching used book stores, thrift stores, flea markets, little kids 'backpacks and the pockets of dead bums in alleys, all with no luck, my long search for the Conan Endless Quest adventure books came to a conclusion thanks to the amazing generosity of a Geek Orthodox reader named Kevin.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Where you may have addicts lined up in alleys to get their blast you could still have families going to Church.

    What Do Real Thugs Think of The Wire? Part Four - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • But as the authors say, going down blind alleys is far from unique to Mathematica usage.

    Wolfram Blog : Flipping Out over Technology in Education

  • And I think there will be less faffing about in alleys in the middle of the book, which is all good.

    beauty without cruelty, so much worse than untrue

  • Thinks the exmayor can go around beating up thugs in alleys or something.

    Matthew Yglesias » Nothing to See Here

  • To the right of the terrace, however, is a shady garden set in alleys of cypress trees, and separated from the lake by a strip of beach and a low balustrade.

    Jerry Junior

  • * whistling innocently* super fun better than sex in alleys all of the above mood: still recovering

    i lied.

  • During the day, the alleys were a constantly changing panoply of passers-by, children playing, salesmen touting, donkeys carrying goods.

    A House in Fez

  • During the day, the alleys were a constantly changing panoply of passers-by, children playing, salesmen touting, donkeys carrying goods.

    A House in Fez

  • During the day, the alleys were a constantly changing panoply of passers-by, children playing, salesmen touting, donkeys carrying goods.

    A House in Fez

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