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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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Danish and Inuit by blood, and an adventurer at heart, Rasmussen survived blizzards, traced migrations routes, and documented ancient ways of life in remote regions; his journey was the longest dogsled expedition in history up to that time.
Canada) to publish a book about the secret routes and ways of life of the Romany Gypsy community by Damian Le Bas, who comes from a centuries-old line of Romany Gypsies, literary news company Book2Book revealed on Monday.
One must know that to lead the life on a positive note, a person must have humility in his or her nature and one must not turn the face from the truthful ways of life.
She details beliefs, customs, foods, superstitions, and ways of life, and draws from other books, Texas Folklore Society publications, or tales heard from people over the years, along with adaptations from pieces in her folklore column for the Star-Telegram and audio columns.
Putting the moccasins back on, literally and figuratively, represents a return to the culture and traditions because, "we have to go back to our own ways of life because we are on the wrong ways of life, we are walking the wrong directions.
Of course there have been detractors who have seen them as a threat to the settled ways of life in our communities.
The joint statement recognizes the importance of preserving traditional ways of life in Indigenous communities and establishes that the two sides will:
com It's a play whose themes resonate universally but perhaps particularly with the growing community in the North East of African heritage - the conflict between different cultures and ways of life, in this case also between young people and their more traditional parents.
It seems that industry and governments think they can just ignore and forget that we still exist in these lands and that we continue to engage in the ways of life that sustained our ancestors--hunting, trapping, fishing, gathering.
The poll, which was conducted among 2,000 members of the British public to mark the launch of a new sci-fi TV police drama, Almost Human, found that forty-six per cent thought technology was evolving too quickly and undermining traditional ways of life, the Guardian reported.
It's quite realistic to some ways of life in Wales.
newspaper editor Brian Kaller moved years ago to rural Ireland where he studies and writes about traditional ways of life.