This guy was not recruited by the CIA, he was a walk-in who volunteered to spy for the United States in 2012.
With six salons in and around London, a walk-in is near-guaranteed.
Taking your child to a walk-in clinic may seem like a good solution, but it prizes convenience over quality.
He says it can be done in a lab about the size of a walk-in closet using “kitchen cupboard” ingredients.
The room is quite elaborate, with a walk-in freezer and several ovens.
Permission slips were easy, inoculations could be had at the walk-in clinic once a year at the fire house.
Crestwood's walk-in refrigerator had a freezing compartment that would accommodate a side of beef.
Now the hull offis is mad at me, 'cos I ain't a walk-in' cyclopeeda of typograffickal turm.
To be important and influential; clout (1960s+ Black)