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  • noun Plural form of areaway.


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  • This agreement shall stipulate that the present owner, and any future owner, of the property shall construct and maintain the areaway in a safe and proper condition, and that said owners shall be liable for all damages and injuries caused by the construction, maintenance or use of said areaways, and shall indemnify and save harmless the City from all such damages and injuries.

    The code of the city of Charlottesville, Virginia

  • No permit for the construction of areaways shall be allowed until a written agreement, as prescribed by the council, between the City and the owner of the property has been executed.

    The code of the city of Charlottesville, Virginia

  • It shall further stipulate that the areaways may be removed or altered by the City at any time upon ten days 'written notice to

    The code of the city of Charlottesville, Virginia

  • In no case shall areaways be constructed as a means of ingress or egress from the building, nor for the transmittal of goods or other articles to or from the building, but shall be used only for the admission of light and air.

    The code of the city of Charlottesville, Virginia

  • New York, enervated from sleepless nights on fire-escapes and in bedrooms opening on areaways, moved through it at half-speed, hugging the narrow shade of buildings.

    Humoresque A Laugh on Life with a Tear Behind It

  • Stretchy Gorman's operations Stretchy acted as his own lookout, and a highly competent one he was, too, with a preference for lurking in areaways while his lieutenants carried forward the more arduous but less responsible shares of the undertaking.

    From Place to Place

  • One by one they left the headquarters, hiding in doorways, basements and areaways along the narrow street.

    The Romance of Elaine Sequel to "Exploits of Elaine"

  • From areaways up and down the Avenue forms emerged furtively, walked discreetly to corners and skurried down side streets.

    The Wrong Twin

  • In dark doorways lounged these apparently couchless strangers; in areaways and alleys, on doorsteps they found shelter; in the main streets and the side streets they roamed.

    Truxton King A Story of Graustark

  • On she went, peering into dark corners, into the areaways, anywhere, everywhere, watching the silent prowling of cats, the intent rovings of stray dogs.

    The Octopus : A story of California


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