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About half-way up the ascent they came to a semicircular projection which encroached somewhat on the footway.
HUNTED AND HARRIEDR.M. BALLANTYNE
Instead of footway and street crossing there are broad walks, untrodden stretches of smooth grass.
HYACINTHGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
As he crossed the footway of Hungerford Bridge, a biting wind swept up the river and he shivered, warmly clad though he was.
THE GRELL MYSTERYFRANK FROEST
The footway is eight feet higher than the others, so that an uninterrupted view is gained from it.
Equally well known, no doubt, are the gantries built over the footway while a large building is in course of construction.
When the footway of the churchyard was restored to its normal condition Dare pursued his way to Markton.
A LAODICEANTHOMAS HARDY
On the Turco-Servian side the masses of rock jut out so far into the stream, that no room is left for a footway.
The ascent is at first by a footway of a spiral form without steps as far as the roof of the church.
Swiftly as possible, I seized a large can of water which stood beside the window, and poured it slowly on the footway.
Presently we come to some huge rocks which lie so much in our path that the footway has to wind round them.
JETHOUE. R. SUFFLING

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