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  • 1manner of walking — noun manner of walking he had a funny walk • Syn: ↑walk • Derivationally related forms: ↑walk (for: ↑walk) • Hypernyms: ↑carriage, ↑ …

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  • 2walking — [wôk′iŋ] adj. 1. a) that walks b) that is able to walk 2. for use by a walker, hiker, etc. 3. characterized by walking, hiking, etc. [a walking trip through Wales] 4. in human form [a walking encyclopedia ] …

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  • 3walking — walk·ing || wɔːkɪŋ n. strolling, striding adj. taking steps, moving along; of striding, of moving along wɔːk n. striding, strolling; journey on foot; path; passage; sidewalk; manner of walking; profession; lane v. stroll, stride; travel by …

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  • 4walking — /waw king/, adj. 1. considered as a person who can or does walk or something that walks: The hospital is caring for six walking patients. He s walking proof that people can lose weight quickly. 2. used for or as an aid in walking: She put on her… …

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  • 5walking — I. noun Date: 14th century 1. the action of one that walks < walking is good exercise > 2. the condition of a surface for one going on foot < the walking is slippery > II. adjective Date: 15th century 1 …

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  • 6walking — /ˈwɔkɪŋ/ (say wawking) adjective 1. that walks; able to walk. 2. used for or in walking: walking shoes. 3. characterised by or consisting of walking: a walking holiday. 4. of or relating to an implement, machine, etc., drawn by an animal and&#8230; …

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  • 7Walking on water — was also able to walk on water, following Jesus s example [] .Mark and John don t report this detail in their gospels, while at the same time they don t deny it. Walking on water has subsequently become a colloquialism used when a seemingly&#8230; …

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  • 8walking — walk•ing [[t]ˈwɔ kɪŋ[/t]] adj. 1) able to walk; ambulatory: walking patients[/ex] 2) living; live: He s walking proof that people can lose weight quickly[/ex] 3) designed esp. for walking: walking shoes[/ex] 4) characterized or accomplished by&#8230; …

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  • 9The Walking Dead — Infobox comic book title title = The Walking Dead caption =Cover art for The Walking Dead: Days Gone Bye trade paperback. Art by Tony Moore. schedule = Monthly ongoing = y publisher = Image Comics date=October 2003 Present issues = Zombie = y&#8230; …

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  • 10The Walking Dead (Fernsehserie) — Seriendaten Deutscher Titel The Walking Dead …

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  • 11Tightrope walking — Tightrope redirects here. For other uses, see Tightrope (disambiguation). The feet of a tightrope walker. Tightrope walking (or funambulism) is the art of walking along a thin wire or rope, usually at a great height. One or more artists performs&#8230; …

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  • 12Tree walking automaton — A tree walking automaton (TWA) is a type of finite automaton that deals with tree structures rather than strings.The following article deals with tree walking automata. For a different notion of tree automaton, closely related to regular tree&#8230; …

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  • 13gait — Manner of walking. antalgic g. a characteristic g. resulting from pain on weightbearing in which the stance phase of g. is shortened on the affected side. ataxic g. SYN: cerebellar g.. calcaneal g. a g. disturbance, characterized by walking on&#8230; …

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  • 14walk — /wawk/, v.i. 1. to advance or travel on foot at a moderate speed or pace; proceed by steps; move by advancing the feet alternately so that there is always one foot on the ground in bipedal locomotion and two or more feet on the ground in&#8230; …

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  • 15walk — /wɔk / (say wawk) verb (i) 1. to go or travel on foot at a moderate pace; to proceed by steps, or by advancing the feet in turn, at a moderate pace (in bipedal locomotion, so that there is always one foot on the ground, and in quadrupedal&#8230; …

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  • 16walk — I. verb Etymology: partly from Middle English walken (past welk, past participle walken), from Old English wealcan to roll, toss, journey about (past weolc, past participle wealcen) and partly from Middle English walkien (past walked, past&#8230; …

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  • 17walk — [[t]wɔk[/t]] v. i. 1) to advance or travel on foot at a moderate speed or pace; proceed by advancing the feet alternately so that there is always one foot on the ground in bipedal locomotion and two or more feet on the ground in quadrupedal&#8230; …

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  • 18walk — [wôk] vi. [ME walken &LT; OE wealcan, to roll, journey, akin to Ger walken, Frank * walken, to full (cloth), stamp &LT; IE * wolg &LT; base * wel , to turn, roll &GT; L volvere, to roll, Gr eilyein, to roll up, wrap] 1. to go along or move about&#8230; …

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  • 19Duchenne muscular dystrophy — Classification and external resources Histopathology of gastrocnemius muscle from patient who died of pseudohypertrophic muscular dystrophy, Duchenne type. Cross section of muscle shows extensive replacement of muscle fibers by adipose cells …

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  • 20walk — v. & n. v. 1 intr. a (of a person or other biped) progress by lifting and setting down each foot in turn, never having both feet off the ground at once. b progress with similar movements (walked on his hands). c go with the gait usual except when …

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