aisles


aisles
lassie

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  • aisles — aɪl n. passage, walkway (between rows of seats) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Miles of Aisles — Live album by Joni Mitchell Released November 1974 Recorded March 2 and 4, 1974; August …   Wikipedia

  • Running the aisles — is an ecstatic expression of worship that occurs occasionally in some contexts of worship in the Pentecostal and Holiness movements. As the expression suggests, when a person runs the aisles in a worship setting, he leaves his seat and runs down… …   Wikipedia

  • rolling in the aisles — In a state of uncontrollable laughter • • • Main Entry: ↑aisle * * * laughing/rolling/in the aisles phrase an audience that is laughing or rolling in the aisles is laughing a lot Thesaurus: to laugh a lot or start laughing …   Useful english dictionary

  • Arches and Aisles — Infobox Album | Name = Arches and Aisles Type = Album Artist = The Spinanes Released = September 23, 1998 Recorded = 1998 Genre = Rock Length = 42:31 Label = Sub Pop Producer = Reviews = Last album = Strand (1996) This album = Arches and Aisles… …   Wikipedia

  • In the Aisles of the Wild — Infobox Film name = In the Aisles of the Wild image size = caption = director = D.W. Griffith producer = writer = Bret Harte Stanner E.V. Taylor narrator = starring = Lillian Gish music = cinematography = G.W. Bitzer editing = distributor =… …   Wikipedia

  • Miles of Aisles — Album par Joni Mitchell Sortie November 1974 Durée 74:00 Genre Folk Rock Label Asylum Critique …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Terror in the Aisles — Infobox Film name = Terror in the Aisles caption = original film poster director = Andrew J. Kuehn producer = Andrew J. Kuehn Stephen Netburn starring = Donald Pleasence Nancy Allen writer = Margaret Doppelt music = John Beal cinematography =… …   Wikipedia

  • be rolling in the aisles — have (someone) rolling in the aisles to make an audience (= a group of people watching a performance) laugh a lot. I don t think I laughed once and yet all around me people were rolling in the aisles …   New idioms dictionary

  • have someone rolling in the aisles — have (someone) rolling in the aisles to make an audience (= a group of people watching a performance) laugh a lot. Considered by many to be one of Britain s best comedians, Izzard has had audiences rolling in the aisles all over the country …   New idioms dictionary