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  • 181 way of approach — index access (right of way) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 182 way through — index access (right of way) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 183 Way of Life — 〈[wɛı ɔf laıf] m.; ; unz.〉 Art u. Weise zu leben, Lebensstil; →a. American Way of Life [engl.] …

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  • 184 way of necessity — way of necessity: easement by implication at easement Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 185 way of life — way of li·fe loc.s.f.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} modo, stile di vita di un individuo o di un gruppo sociale {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1991. ETIMO: comp. di way propr. via, strada , of 1di e life 1vita …

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  • 186 Way of Life — 〈[wɛı ɔf laıf] m.; Gen.: ; Pl.: unz.〉 Art u. Weise zu leben, Lebensstil; →a. s. American Way of Life [Etym.: engl.] …

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  • 187 Way of Life — [ wei əv laif] der; , s <aus gleichbed. engl. way of life, eigtl. »Weg des Lebens«> die [für jmdn. typische] Art zu leben, Einstellung zum Leben …

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  • 188 way\ the\ wind\ blows — • way the wind blows • how the wind blows n. phr. the direction or course something may go; how things are; what may happen. Most senators find put which way the wind blows in their home state before voting on bills in Congress …

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  • 189 way to go N. Amer. — way to go N. Amer. informal used to express pleasure, approval, or excitement. → way …

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  • 190 way of life — /wejovˈlaif, ingl. weɪ əvˈlaɪf/ [loc. ingl., propr. «modo (way) di vita (life)»] loc. sost. f. inv. stile di vita …

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  • 191 way-out — way out; way out·ness; …

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  • 192 way-going — wayˈ going noun and adjective (Scot) Departing • • • Main Entry: ↑way …

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  • 193 way-maker — wayˈ maker noun 1. A pioneer 2. A precursor • • • Main Entry: ↑way …

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  • 194 way warden — noun A person appointed to supervise the upkeep of roads and footpaths in a district • • • Main Entry: ↑way …

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  • 195 way|bill — «WAY BIHL», noun. a list of goods with a statement of where they are to go and how they are to get there …

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  • 196 way|far|er — «WAY FAIR uhr», noun. a traveler, especially one who travels on foot …

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  • 197 way|fare — «WAY FAIR», intransitive verb, fared, far|ing. to journey or travel, especially on foot. ╂[back formation < wayfaring] …

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  • 198 way|go|ing — «WAY GOH ihng», noun, adjective. Scottish. –n. a going away or leaving; departure. –adj. departing; outgoing …

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  • 199 Way|land — «WAY luhnd», noun, or Wayland the Smith, a marvelously skilled smith, normally invisible but able to become visible under certain circumstances, so called in English folklore, but encountered as a standard figure in all early Germanic folklore …

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  • 200 way|ward|en — «WAY WR duhn», noun. Especially British. a person elected to supervise highways, usually as a member of an official board …

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