alley

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alley

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

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No chimneys, cats, pigeons or ginnels (whatever they are) - all blown away by the force of Monday's explosion and the high-pitched wailing, shouting and screaming that has been going on ever since.
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FORGOTTEN ginnels of Golcar will be rediscovered, thanks to a walking trail.
These include the footpaths, various snickets, ginnels and other rat runs, thereby reducing escape opportunities.
Uniformed officers remained vigilant, manning the cordon which blocked off several ginnels.
People should keep their mobiles and other possessions safe and out of sight, especially if they are walking alone during the night and in secluded or unlit streets or ginnels.