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- adj. reached by stairs rather than an elevator
- adj. containing such flats
- adj. for which no appointment is necessary
- n. Such an apartment or block.
- n. an informal visit to a control tower by a pilot, typically used as part of pilot training.
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- adj. a building with no elevator
- n. an apartment in a building without an elevator
- n. an apartment building without an elevator
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This week's increases cover first-class seats, economy seats that can instantly be upgraded to first-class, and so-called walk-up fares -- tickets bought the day of travel.
It’s called a walk-up apartment, and they’re more common in big cities, like New York City or Chicago, than the town I live in: Willow, Oregon, population 39,257.
Two years later, she organized her first calendar from a bedbug-infested walk-up with the help of her roommate.
In other words, it is not a race for casual runners, like me, whose athletic résumés feature "plays rec league soccer" and "recently lived in a walk-up."
And closer to home is Montreal, where the predominant housing form is a three - or four-story walk-up.
Hunched within its floodlit new-build, English cricket is now surfing the finest margins, dependent on the grande bouffe of the Saturday spree merchant, and not so much in bed with the purveyors of walk-up hospitality as sweatily intertwined on the main stairs.
In January 2001 my brother took a tumble just stepping off the kerb in snow/ice, a block and half from his third-storey walk-up apartment.
Right now, the new campus area is filled with gas stations, parking lots, storage centers and roughly 135 apartments in seven walk-up buildings.
Sitting on the stoop of a shabby six-floor walk-up on Avenue D, Kinina waits for someone to recognize her, for someone to stop and say,Hey, hey!
Shizu and Beautys barbershop, on the corner of Merchant and Bishop Streets, was perhaps not quite as successful, but business was good enough so that Beauty was able to move out of our home and rent for herself and Mary a small one-room walk-up on River Street.