bylane


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bylane

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

bylane

[ˈbaɪˌleɪn] nstradina
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The narrow bylane leading to the temple in Bur Dubai was packed with people buying flowers, incense sticks, lamps, coconuts and other items required for Diwali rituals.
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.
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.
Pedestrians, cycl-ists, motorcyclists, another car reversing on to the road, cars turning into a bylane or turning out on to a main road, all pose hazards.
Every lane, bylane and road leading to the shrine had been heavily barricaded.
Tenders are invited for construction of bylane roads, protection works and both side drains in between amaidighi to chompotgochh road under fulbari ii g.
THE NARROW bylane in Vishnu Garden, where a multi- storey building collapsed on Saturday, wore a grim look on Sunday.
Around the same time, in some serpentine bylane of a nondescript, unassuming East Delhi neighbourhood, or perhaps at a dust-bowl of a street corner in Sarai Rohilla or Patparganj, one could imagine Arvind Kejriwal on yet another round of his aACAyDelhi Dialogue' - with hardly any flashbulb or aACAyboom' aimed at him.