corridor :

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  • n  an enclosed passageway; rooms usually open onto it

  • Back in the U Street corridor's heyday, the place to be on a Saturday night was the Lincoln Theatre.
  • He pointed out that, from the last two places, Germany could launch an attack upon the Polish corridor (narrow strip of intervening territory leading to the sea), nip it off .
  • As the Japanese withdrew from their hard-won corridor through South China, the Chinese Army, cleaning up scattered resistance, cautiously advanced in their wake.
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  • Eric Roozendaal in The Canberra Times
    Mr Roozendaal said a morning peak northbound bus lane south of the bridge, a pedestrian overpass, the widening of key intersections and moving 20 car spaces on Military Road would "deliver reliability and improvements to this challenging corridor".
  • Heribert Rech in AFP
    The first policeman heard shots fired on the first floor. They ...... went up and caught a glimpse of the gunman, who shot at them and fled,Rech said. "He is then believed to have shot two more teachers in the corridor."

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