nature's way of (doing something)

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nature's way of (doing something)

A natural biological process by which something is done or accomplished. A fever is just nature's way of telling you that your body is fighting off an infection. A baby's crying when she's born is just nature's way of getting air into her lungs for the first time.
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In an hour the snow will be gone so that I and other drivers can get our cars on the road by Monday morning -- not nature's way.
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9 magnitude earthquake left us in shock and awe of Nature's ways.
By essentially following nature's ways, soil quality improves, fewer inputs are needed and comparable yields are achieved for less cost.
But the centre does not only rely on Mother Nature's ways.
The Great British Year Wednesday, BBC1 There was more to be learned about nature's ways by thinking out of the (sex) box.
This Biblical metaphor comes from a time when people were much closer to the land and to nature's ways.
And back they came, old scaly backs Well versed in nature's ways.
But nature's ways of solving our problems are not going to be pleasant.
Nature's ways of dealing with overpopulation are cruel - famine, disease and wars over diminishing resources.
Her years of experience treating women with many breast conditions, including cancer, makes her a valuable source of information regarding nature's ways of healing.