from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An elevated, usually enclosed walkway between two buildings.
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- n. skyway
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- n. an elevated walkway between buildings (usually enclosed)
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It's called the skywalk and it opens to the public later this month.
Instead of a giant leap for mankind critics think the skywalk is a giant leap backwards.
LEMON: Yes, it's called the skywalk and it opens to the public later this month.
We're waiting for Astronaut Buzz Aldrin to walk on the skywalk, which is sort of a U-shaped glass-bottom pathway over the Grand Canyon.
With security guards manning the walkway at all times, the skywalk is a safe haven for women.
And maybe the skywalk is a good idea for people who want to watch the races from a vantage point?
The rooftops of the seven buildings in the apartment complex have been connected with a "skywalk" above the 19th floor, and will be landscaped with trees and cobbled streets.
We walk to the sixth floor of the nearby CentralWorld (a mammoth mall accessible via a "skywalk" from Siam Paragon), where Nicha is swayed by the cheese-a-rama that is the cheese fondue at Fondooz.
Hyatt, Intercontinental and other hotels and six major shopping malls, which are connected by an elevated "skywalk" and together have five times the floor space of the Mall of America, the famed shopping center outside of Minneapolis.
Mumbai: The skywalk which is to connect the Swami Vivekanand Road with the Bandra railway station will not be functional for another month.