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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 11 January 2017 14:44 /
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By  RabidTardigrade  |  6

It's called a detour.

By  Briarpatch  |  16

It's one of those differences between US English and UK English. What a Brit would call a "lift," an American would call an "elevator." What a Brit would call a "diversion," an American would call a "detour."

By  mikelangele  |  14

Am I the only one thinking that diversions are usually for car traffic and not for foot traffic?! That is it wouldn't even have occurred to me to use the diversion if I'm in foot!?

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