Not to be confused with allure.
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Alure (O. Fr., from oiler, "to walk"), is an architectural term for an alley, passage, the water-way or flat gutter behind a parapet, the galleries of a clerestory, or sometimes even the aisle itself of a church. The term is occasionally written valure or valoring.
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