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- n. Plural form of footwalk.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The municipality really owed them asphalt footwalks.
After the hot day the Rambla, with its broad tree-shaded alley in the middle, its carriage-ways on each side of the alley, and its shops and footwalks beyond the carriage-ways, was crowded with loiterers.
Everybody seemed to speak in a whisper that heavy night, even the folk, generally so light of heart and quick of tongue, who sat on the steps or beneath the porticoes of their houses gasping for air, and the passers-by on the _rivas_ or footwalks that bordered the canals.
The bridge accommodates two double steam railway tracks, and one for street railways, besides footwalks and a carriage-way.
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The spacious avenue lay before him with its silence and its darkness, its lines of tall trees and low houses, its broad grey footwalks, speckled with the shadows of overhanging branches, and parted occasionally by the gloomy gaps of side streets.
In other words I'd be suprised if you can manage to construct a 54m LSB c/w footwalks without having piers.