- n a narrow street with walls on both sides
- n a lane down which a bowling ball is rolled toward pins
- Soldiers followed orders and put more than one hundred people out into an alley.
- The race for good grades in college is nothing but rats in an alley running for food.
- Barack Obama in Washington Post
I hear there's a bowling alley and obviously that hasn't gone too well,Obama told comic Jimmy Kimmel in a satellite interview from Philadelphia on Sunday. "So we're getting rid of the bowling alley and replacing it with a basketball court...
- Rick Hendrick in USA Today
I still get chills when I walk down Gasoline Alley and see the grandstands on both sides of the track,Hendrick said.
- Olin Browne in National Post
This course is right up my alley,said Browne, who tied for second in the 2005 tournament. "I hit every green and only had one shaky putt. Like I said, I like this golf course. It fits my eye and I'm happy to get to the start that I did."