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pedestrianizing

Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of pedestrianize.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • What it might be is a "pedestrianizing" of high schools.

    the fuzzy maths wars

  • The best one I've seen is the York one, instituted by the Lib Dems, I believe, which they are rightly proud of for virtually eliminating congestion in the city centre (I know, I used to live in York), in combination with pedestrianizing large slabs of it.

    Will the Lib Dems stick up for their own policy?

  • The measures include fully pedestrianizing the center of the port, linking it to the beach-front promenade, developing a new museum and opening a Cultural Center for exhibitions.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report September 2004

  • “I…start on pedestrian tours,” he later explained to Howells, “but mount the first conveyance that offers…endeavoring to seem unconscious that this is not legitimate pedestrianizing.”

    Mark Twain

  • A few years ago, Laconia spent $5 million pedestrianizing its downtown, to make it a pleasant shopping environment.

    I'm A Stranger Here Myself

  • Bentley's Miscellany at beginning of 1837, and commences “Oliver Twist”; Quarterly Review predicts his speedy downfall; pecuniary position at this time; moves from Furnival's Inn to Doughty Street; death of his sister-in-law Mary Hogarth; his friendships; absence of all jealousy in his character; habits of work; riding and pedestrianizing; walking in London streets necessary to the exercise of his art 49

    Life of Charles Dickens

  • There had been distractions in the carriage-road, -- school-children, peasants, wagons, troops of pedestrianizing students from all over Germany, -- but we had the old road to ourselves.

    A Tramp Abroad

  • ALMOST A TRAGEDY which had only its upper board left; a pedestrianizing English youth came tearing down the path, was seized with an impulse to look over the precipice, and without an instant's thought he threw his weight upon that crazy board.

    A Tramp Abroad

  • Dickens works "double tides" from 1836 to 1839; appointed editor of _Bentley's Miscellany_ at beginning of 1837, and commences "Oliver Twist"; _Quarterly Review_ predicts his speedy downfall; pecuniary position at this time; moves from Furnival's Inn to Doughty Street; death of his sister-in-law Mary Hogarth; his friendships; absence of all jealousy in his character; habits of work; riding and pedestrianizing; walking in London streets necessary to the exercise of his art 49

    Life of Charles Dickens

  • Narrowing roads, pedestrianizing, eliminating lanes, adding long all-red phases at lights, adding bus lanes, etc.

    chicagotribune.com - News

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