Pass along – definition of pass along by The Free Dictionary

There is a wild pathway which obliquely crosses two of these terraces; and so profound is the shade, so dense the vegetation, that a stranger to the place might pass along it without being aware of their existence.
Following closely each detail of the instructions given us by our good friend of Marentina, we remained concealed for several hours until one party of some half dozen warriors had passed along the trail below our hiding place and entered the hills by way of the pass along which we had come the previous evening.
“She must pass along the passage which borders this apartment, and enter the bar by a door from behind.
Though Chicago had previously increased its rates — leading many suburban towns that purchase city water to pass along the increases — Rosemont had absorbed most of those increases, Mayor Brad Stephens said.
Therefore, both the Bulgarian and the Romanian side hope that all the traffic from Western Europe to Sofia and Greece will pass along Danube Bridge 2.
According to the survey, millennials are the most driven among the generations to build and pass along wealth, and the most interested in mastering investment strategy.
The inability to pass along higher raw material costs contributed to unacceptable margins in TETRA’s calcium chloride business.
* On the conference subject of e-commerce, let me pass along a recent catchy headline over a DM News article on search engine optimization: “Not a creature was stirring, not even a customer’s mouse.”
Liam said: “I can’t believe he’s still alive after what happened, but he’s doing fine now.” Plant general manager Tony Williams said: “It seems that the hamster was small enough to pass through the blades of the shredder, but big enough to pass along the trammel without falling through an aperture.”
Caribbean spiny lobsters somehow detect and shun potential roommates carrying a virus, even before the infected lobster can pass along the disease, a research team reports.
* 67 percent of industrial manufacturers surveyed by PricewaterhouseCoopers are able to pass along some, very little or none of the increased energy costs.
Significantly, Business Week did not pass along the real focus of Kennedy’s remarks.

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