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way

1. a route or direction
2. a means or line of passage, such as a path or track
3. a street in or leading out of a town
4. movement of a ship or other vessel
5. a right of way in law
6. a guide along which something can be moved, such as the surface of a lathe along which the tailstock slides
7. the wooden or metal tracks down which a ship slides to be launched
8. each way (of a bet) laid on a horse, dog, etc., to win or gain a place

way

A street, alley, or other thoroughfare or easement permanently established for the passage of persons or vehicles.
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The Two Ways of Life takes centre stage in an exhibition currently running at Wolverhampton Art Gallery, which also includes a demonstration of how the artist put the picture together.
Pursuits of Wisdom is an original, clearly written, and brilliantly argued reinterpretation of six ways of life offered by ancient Greek philosophers: Socrates/Plato, Aristotle, Stoicism, Epicureanism, Skepticism, and the Platonism of Plotinus.
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However, the adoption of western and other ways of life has derailed the Muslims from the right path putting them in the darkness of ignorance, they added.
This book describes the geological makeup and history of the Rocky Mountains, as well as the cultures and ways of life of the people in the United States and Canada who live in their shadows.
Diane Roche--will mentor the younger women in the dynamics of shared community life and prayer, and will bring in representatives of other religious orders to talk about their ways of life.
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He commended the efforts of all categories of community for their effective contribution to protecting the desert environment and developing its resources to preserve ways of life there.
From a free, humane method of handling globalization to refuting the common 'War Against Terror' idea, chapters are filled with different ways of examining political and social changes, discussing ways of preserving American ways of life without holding so firmly to ideology that we crush freedom.
Set against the backdrop of a shaky economy, "Welcome to Shelbyville" takes an intimate look at a Southern town as its residents--whites and African Americans, Latinos and Somalis--grapple with their beliefs, their histories and their evolving ways of life.