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ginnel

(ˈɡɪnəl; ˈdʒɪn-)
n
(Building) dialect Northern English a narrow passageway between buildings
[C17: perhaps a corruption of channel1]

ginnel

- A long narrow passage between houses.
See also related terms for houses.
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It's understood the Year 6 St James Daisy Hill CE Primary School pupil had been walking alone down a ginnel when she noticed she was being followed by two men and a dog.
A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said: "On November 28, police received a report that two girls saw two males down a ginnel on Longwood Road.
She pockets a strange-looking cigarette that Simon found in the school changing rooms, and it doesn't end well in the ginnel.
COLLAPSED Summer in the ginnel CORONATION STREET STV, 7.30pm and 8.30pm SUMMER is feeling emotional as it would have been her dad's birthday, and her behaviour becomes a bit erratic.
Feeling emotional on what would have been her dad's birthday, Summer smokes it - and then passes out in the ginnel. When Billy finds out from Peter exactly what has happened, he snaps and punches him.
Meanwhile, Aidan promises Maria he will dump Eva, and the pair excitedly kiss in secret in the ginnel. But Adam spots them mid-clinch and snaps the moment on his phone.
Later in the week the daring couple are photographed by Adam kissing in the ginnel. What will the Barlow boy do with his information?
According to the group, the biggest change to the existing building is the introduction of a passageway, or "ginnel", running through the structure from front to back allowing access to the first-floor flats from raised first-floor decking.
Turn a yard into a patio, a flat roof into a classy roof garden or a ginnel into a glam suntrap.
She will join Richard Grafton Interiorsa[euro](tm) design studio and showroom based at The Ginnel, Harrogate.
It took place in a ginnel running behind Brocksby Chase, connecting Prince Street to Nottingham Drive, in Halliwell, Bolton.