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  • 141 way of life — (plural ways of life) noun count * 1. ) a typical way in which a person or group lives: the rural way of life 2. ) if something is a way of life, it is considered to be what people normally do or have: Shortages have become a way of life here …

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  • 142 Way Hostel Madrid — (Мадрид,Испания) Категория отеля: Адрес: Relatores, 17, Центр, 28012 Мадрид, Испа …

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  • 143 Way Hotel — (Паттайя Север,Таиланд) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель Адрес: 555/86 Moo 5, 12 Naklua …

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  • 144 way around — way out/around/ phrase a method of solving a problem, or of avoiding a difficult situation Housing developers are looking for a way around the law. talk/​think/​bribe etc your way out of something (=use words, intelligence, money etc to avoid… …

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  • 145 way´ward|ness — way|ward «WAY wuhrd», adjective. 1. turning from the right way; disobedient; willful: »In a wayward mood, the dog refused to make any response to my commands and ran away from home. SYNONYM(S): perverse, stubborn. 2. irregular; unsteady; …

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  • 146 way´ward|ly — way|ward «WAY wuhrd», adjective. 1. turning from the right way; disobedient; willful: »In a wayward mood, the dog refused to make any response to my commands and ran away from home. SYNONYM(S): perverse, stubborn. 2. irregular; unsteady; …

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  • 147 way|ward — «WAY wuhrd», adjective. 1. turning from the right way; disobedient; willful: »In a wayward mood, the dog refused to make any response to my commands and ran away from home. SYNONYM(S): perverse, stubborn. 2. irregular; unsteady; …

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  • 148 WAY, LEWIS° — (1773–1840), British missionary. Way was educated at Eton and Oxford and became a barrister. At the age of 40, out of religious inclination, he became interested in Jews and Judaism and joined a British missionary society. He visited Jewish… …

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  • 149 Way-wise — a. Skillful in finding the way; well acquainted with the way or route; wise from having traveled. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 150 Way Out West — bezeichnet: einen Film mit Laurel und Hardy aus dem Jahr 1937, deutscher Titel Zwei ritten nach Texas Way Out West (Musikprojekt), britisches Duo von House Produzenten Way Out West (Jazzgruppe), australische Jazzgruppe Way Out West Festival,… …

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  • 151 Way 2 Fonky — Album par DJ Quik Sortie 1992 Enregistrement 1992 Durée 42:41 Genre Hip hop West Coast Producteur DJ Quik …

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  • 152 Way of the samurai — Éditeur Bam! Entertainment Développeur Acquire Date de sortie 5 mai 2002 (États Unis) Genre aventure, action Plate forme PlayStation 2 …

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  • 153 way-out — /way owt /, adj. Informal. 1. advanced in style or technique: way out jazz. 2. exotic or esoteric in character: way out theories on nutrition. [1950 55; adj. use of way out far off; see WAY2, OUT] * * * …

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  • 154 way of life — [wɛɔflajf] n. m. ÉTYM. Mil. XXe; expression anglaise, de way « façon », of « de », et life « vie ». ❖ ♦ Mode de vie (notamment en parlant des États Unis, sous la forme american way of life). || « Un nombre de plus en plus grand d Américains …

    Encyclopédie Universelle

  • 155 way of life — plural ways of life n 1.) the behaviour, habits, customs etc that are typical of a particular society or person ▪ The tribe s traditional way of life is under threat. the American/British etc way of life 2.) a job or interest that is so important …

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  • 156 way back (also way back when) — informal long ago. → way …

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  • 157 Way Hotel — (Измир,Турция) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель Адрес: Cumhuriyet Bulv. No:146 Alsancak …

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  • 158 Way-going — Way go ing, a. Going away; departing; of or pertaining to one who goes away. [1913 Webster] {Way going crop} (Law of Leases), a crop of grain to which tenants for years are sometimes entitled by custom; grain sown in the fall to be reaped at the… …

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  • 159 Way-going crop — Way going Way go ing, a. Going away; departing; of or pertaining to one who goes away. [1913 Webster] {Way going crop} (Law of Leases), a crop of grain to which tenants for years are sometimes entitled by custom; grain sown in the fall to be… …

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  • 160 Way station — may be: *Way Station (novel) a 1963 science fiction novel by Clifford D. Simak *The Way Station chapter 2 of The Dark Tower I – The Gunslinger by Stephen King. *Waystation Studioee also*mansio (Latin) *station *stopover *whistle stop *weigh… …

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