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alley

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

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I enjoyed playing No Monster Club's Christmas gig in Bodkins and supporting Ginnels for their Crowns album launch.
Letters have been sent to residents reminding them of their responsibilities and the majority have made an effort to move them off the pavement up alleys and ginnels. To characterise the residents of Northgate as somehow lazy is therefore both harsh and unfair.
A quirky feature is its ginnels - little alleyways - all over the town.
For instance, you'd be wise to keep your eyes and ears peeled in the ginnels behind the Philharmonic pub - and the denouement in the tunnel beside the Anglican Cathedral's graveyard puts a seal on a satisfactory night of ghost hunting sprinkled with titters and shivers that kids, especially, will love.
Ginnels will be tidied up new and alleyway walls fixed.
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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.
FORGOTTEN ginnels of Golcar will be rediscovered, thanks to a walking trail.