bylane

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bylane

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

bylane

[ˈbaɪˌleɪn] nstradina
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But years before I had had a good fellow to drive me around, a man who saw the whole road: Who looked far ahead and saw traffic jam forming and decided on course of action, sometimes moving car into bylane, oftimes hugging kerb and getting by.
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.
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.
Take a tour of the city and you are likely to find giant flags of these two countries fluttering often in a bylane -- exhorting you to support their aACAyfavourites.'
The Harbour House bungalow, which stands in a bylane of the port, is being secured by guards.
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.
Try walking into a bylane in the night, and at least 3-6 dogs will start howling and prevent you from entering.
He will demand along with the farmers that proper procedure should be adopted to either compensate the affected people or the bylane be shifted.
THE NARROW bylane in Vishnu Garden, where a multi- storey building collapsed on Saturday, wore a grim look on Sunday.