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pathway

1. Education courses taken by a student to gain entry to a higher course or towards a final qualification
2. Biochem a chain of reactions associated with a particular metabolic process
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WINDOWS ON THE PAST: The central pathway through the middle of Bewdley Museum.
About a quarter mile up Park Street next to the Gardner Skating Rink is the start of the North Central Pathway.
Many agents such as drugs and alcohol cause liver damage, and we have found two ways to block a central pathway responsible for such liver injury," he said.
Wajahat Mehal, of Yale Medical School, said: "Many agents such as drugs and alcohol cause liver damage and we have found two ways to block a central pathway responsible for such liver injury.
Recent findings have shown that inhibiting gastrin not only inhibits cell growth, proliferation and metastasis directly, but also "unblocks" a central pathway leading to cell-suicide (apoptosis).
The majority of its patents target specific sites on this central pathway.
The new Artillery Park at Fort Miles, which is scheduled to open this summer, will feature more big guns and include a central pathway that will display wayside exhibits that tell the story behind each gun.
It has a patio area but is mostly laid to lawn with central pathway, trees, shrubs and fencing to the side.
This spring will see the re-creation of the original apple tree border that lined the garden's grand central pathway with more than 30 heritage varieties, including Cat's Head (an unusual triangular apple best used for baking) and St Edmund's, Carlisle and Lemon pippins.

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