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Customer-facing establishments such as food and beverage, retail and other services do not gain the benefit of potential pedestrian traffic generated by dispensaries.
These streets feel less safe, and discourage visits by pedestrians and casual shoppers.
Broad Ripple is a cute, walkable village just seven miles north of downtown with a pedestrian mall to enjoy your favorite restaurant or bar outdoors.
Perry has also seen unsuspecting pedestrians walk into leashes linking dogs and owners that are far apart.
If the Canes can figure out how to further stifle Boston’s top line and attack its suddenly pedestrian rearguard, they might repeat their roles as agents of chaos in the East.
But surely it is rather the pedestrian who needs this armour?
And betwixt the pedestrian and the motor-bus, there are many chances of safety that I could not foresee.
HUMANLY SPEAKINGSAMUEL MCCHORD CROTHERS
It was a real luxury to stroll about the quiet lanes, and scan the outlying fields from the standpoint of a modest pedestrian.
In morals and in ferocity these Schwarzreiters emulated their pedestrian brethren the Lanzknechts.
QUENTIN DURWARDSIR WALTER SCOTT
He took the same method of enjoyable travelling in the Apennines—that of the Pedestrian.

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