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  • Fortunately, they locate some woodchuck bones that confirm the walker's breakfast was not human.

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  • A 2006 study by the City of New York and the NYC Department of City Planning showed smokers walk 2.3% slower than the average walker's 4.27 feet per second.

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  • Any opinions on San Luis Potosi as a walker's haven (and for a poor gringo?)?

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  • Our property is rated as a "walker's paradise," because it's within blocks of a library, farmers market, community center, shops, restaurants and bike trail.

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  • Merle and I decide to head back into town at a quick walker's pace as the barking gets closer behind us.

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  • Worse, almost, the dream walker's roots sunk down through you, but you never knew when his awareness was focused on you.

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  • However, the careering boulder is the sort of thing that would prevent the walker's continued stride and so it seems counterintuitive to say that it causes the stride.

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  • (This second causal link involves double prevention: the duck prevents the collision between walker and boulder which, had it occurred, would have prevented the walker's continued stride.)

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  • Shoes are a runner's and walker's best friend, but they're expensive — as is most fitness wear.

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  • For example, Jerry Seinfeld's Manhattan apartment scores 100, a walker's paradise.

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