bylane

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bylane

(ˈbaɪˌleɪn)
n
a side lane or alley off a road
Translations

bylane

[ˈbaɪˌleɪn] nstradina
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Today at around 12:00 pm Ganesh and Durgesh had gone to the bylane of Puranapool road at Mangalghat to take the delivery of ganja from Satish Singh when the police arrested the two of them.
Tenders are invited for Improvement of lighting arrangement by led lights at kasi bose lane and others lane and bylane in ward no.
Sharjah: It has won the Best Biryani Award instituted by two Emirati friends, but it is not the first time this tiny restaurant in a bylane in Sharjah's Yarmouk area has made headlines.
Last Saturday evening in a bylane opposite Muscat Municipality in Darsait - behind a supermarket and a popular eatery - I witnessed this scene which was simply appalling.
Meanwhile, the bylane of Durganagar turned into a virtual hotspot on Tuesday as journalists thronged the area with outbroadcasting (OB) vans and their units outside Siddhartha's rented residence.
The shop is hidden in a bylane off the busy Sabkha Road.
The Harbour House bungalow, which stands in a bylane of the port, is being secured by guards.
Today, Casa Colombo is a 12-room boutique hotel that sits in a quiet bylane in ColomboEos posh Galle Road.
India, May 5 -- A small staircase, just enough to fit a human body, takes you to a kotha (brothel) in a bylane of crowded and dusty Swami Sharadhanand Marg, called Garstin Bastion (GB) Road, my window to life in a Delhi brothel.
So visit Ammaji Ki Galli and meet the endearing characters who are group of simple, relatable middle class people living together in a bylane of Amritsar.
As we shall see, in the narrow aesthetic bylane of Indian comics, artists, publishers, and writers continue to engage with Western forms and have created a small body of work that is worth evaluating.
Try walking into a bylane in the night, and at least 3-6 dogs will start howling and prevent you from entering.