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Alex ran to a gangway of a vacant house, but his attackers found him and continued to beat him, according to prosecutors.
Four-wheelers politely take turns bumping up and over the gangway, then, after loading up, wait for space to turn around to return up the ramp.
The man was outside when someone came out of a gangway and shot him, police said.
He is then surrounded, dragged to a gangway, forced to the ground and handcuffed.
The woman then started screaming, and the attacker fled east through a gangway on the south side of the property, police said.
There also will be a conference center, and more improvements early next year will bring a new gangway and boarding bridge.
The authority plans to buy an additional 1,025 subway cars, many of which will have the open gangway design that is popular in Toronto and London, but those cars may not arrive until 2020 or later.
Open gangway subway cars — similar in concept to accordion-style buses — could have several benefits, officials said, including a greater capacity for riders.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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