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  • n. Plural form of laneway.


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  • For interesting there is the ice bar, some of the laneways, ride the city circle trams, plus the nemerous bars, eateries etc.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Melbourne tips.

  • A heavy oaten aroma drifted up from the Guinness brewery, wrapping itself about the laneways of his youth.

    Joseph O'Connor: 'It was a voice that opened worlds'

  • Science fiction's status for decades as a pariah genre meant that writers could do things with literary style, theme, and political content that their mainstream counterparts could never get away with (games, comics, early hip-hop, mashups, and many of the other back laneways of popular culture have also enjoyed this status).

    Boing Boing

  • I love its cafes and bookshops and bars and libraries and laneways and did I mention bars?

    My City of Literature

  • It was only about a ten minute walk away from the video shop down narrow, unevenly paved laneways and dog-legged streets.

    The Legacy

  • And Ralph was my key between these places: he knew the dealers who sold the badly cut and well-cut drugs in tiny plastic bags, he knew the places open latest, down tiny laneways, where you could still get a drink after hours.

    The Legacy

  • I turned into dark laneways and the moon shone in eerie silence, full and accusing.

    Peter Clothier: The Novice: A Book Review

  • She was impressed by how easily they squeezed through the narrow laneways while holding their trays of beverages and snacks.

    Sluggers: Water, Water Everywhere

  • And following last summer's attack on Sarpoza prison, hundreds of freed Taliban militants fled into the leafy growth and twisted laneways of the region, resulting in several pitched battles.

    God Bless WO Brown, Cpl. Fortin and Cpl O'Quinn ~Tuesday, March 3, 2009

  • It had radial street pattern, reserves and gardens, wide avenues, useful laneways, street frontages and park-like setting.

    Garden Cities


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