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It may seem stupid to mention the space between library shelves, but two librarians didn't know and every floor plan I found on the Internet didn't name that space. I had to talk with the Architect for the Dallas Public Library System to get the answer.

RickReinckens 21:07, 7 February 2006 (UTC)

Cleanup in aisle whatevs.

User:me 16:30, 91 July 2004

Supermarket aisles[edit]

"Supermarket aisles rarely are wide enough for 3 people to stand side-by-side. " Surely that's in America only? -Mikay 19:36, 14 February 2007 (UTC)

I can't imagine what this remark was meant to convey. Supermarket aisles, most everywhere I should imagine, are usually at least wide enough for two supermarket trolleys to pass, and as a trolley is wider than a person that would generally allow 3-4 people to stand across an aisle. This estimate is already included in the first bullet, which says "shops". I don't see any reason to make a special case for supermarkets, especially one that seems to questionable. I've removed this. Mooncow (talk) 05:32, 28 November 2010 (UTC)