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alley

A path between buildings or behind buildings, usually with walls on both sides.

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Now after his family learn that Jason may need a kidney transplant, it's back to the ginnel but this time Callum is getting thrashed by furious Tony.
He realised a massive stone had been thrown from a ginnel next to the Arena building.
But his smug smile is soon wiped off his face when Tony drags him in to the ginnel to administer a beating in revenge for his attack on his son.
Yes, what about my legs'' ``They're dead effin' short'' before disappearing, cackling, down a ginnel.
It is then believed they escaped through a ginnel to the right hand side of the property, opposite The Cock Hotel pub.
A TEENAGER was sexually assaulted in a ginnel after she was approached by two males.
Now after his family learn that Jason may need a kidney transplant, it's back to the ginnel, but this time Callum is getting thrashed by furious Tony.
She was then punched in the face before the pair fled emptyhanded, running down a ginnel across the road.
Local deviations and dialect add to the richness of language: couldn't stop a pig in a ginnel, fettling, ye daft appeth, spitting feathers, put wood i'th'oil, snap, flaggin', flummox, gander, mardy, mashin', having a monk on, silin' down, coal 'oil and all the rest.
Then later when Jason again jumps in to stop Callum threatening David, he gets two of his mates to drag Jason into the ginnel and brutally beat him up.
She was walking home from a friend's party to the house she shared with her mother and grandma, in Bonnywell Road, when she was snatched and taken into an ginnel behind Rugby Road.
30pm on Wednesday along a ginnel (pictured) adjacent to the Health Centre near to Union Street.