aisleway


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aisleway

(ˈaɪlˌweɪ)
n
another name for aisle
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If someone offered me a free ticket to those fancy seats on the other side of the aisleway, I wouldn't use it.
For the truly devoted there's even an "Elvis Express" train from Sydney, featuring five hours of aisleway serenades and prizes for the best dressed of the 400 passengers.
11: Wide-beamed mid-pavement and supermarket aisleway dawdlers, who have little idea where they are or what they're looking for.
SUPERMARKET giant Tesco has issued an eight-point Aisleway Code to reduce the risk of trolley rage.
He passed Quindlen in an aisleway and, in a voice loud enough for a dozen witnesses to hear, complimented her on the column.
If there is insufficient clearance in the aisleway, then the speed at which the truck can be safely operated will be reduced.
The aisleway that runs through - that would be the right-turn lane.
On occasion, wheels of cheese and whole carcasses of hogs were whisked away down the aisleways.
Narrow aisleways, tall book shelves, brick walls and cubicles had been illuminated indirectly from 120 400-W indirect HID fixtures located on 12 trellises at 18 ft above the floor.
At several points during the four-day show, these metalcasters were so swamped with casting buyers that you couldn't make it through the aisleways.
Supermarkets are huge power users, and they get a lot of negative feedback about all the energy they pour into aisleways," says Mike Upp, vice president of marketing for ClearEdge Power, a manufacturer of fuel cells for residential and small commercial applications.