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This is certainly a strange type of guidance, worse than going astray.
AMID all the euphoria over Europe's great success at the Breeders' Cup, the Dikler was sorry to see one plot go astray.
It noticed I had gone astray and said: "Do a U-turn".
WHICH ex-Premier League star upset his MLS team-mates when he led them astray on a night out they couldn't afford and then made them all pay up?
The former Tory leader said unless an inquiry was held now memories would fade and files would go astray.
Why then do the authorities feel confident the data has not gone astray, in the absence of sudden and widespread raids on personal accounts?
To the south-west there's another solitary stone sometimes reckoned to be the fiddler who led the women astray.
18:6, Jesus warns against leading astray a little one "who believes in me.
It asks Allah: "Show us the straight path, the path of those whom Thou hast favored; not the (path) of those who earn Thine anger nor of those who go astray.
A Harlem boy on the way up as a successful basketball player and rapper goes astray in this hard-core urban tale.
In their quest to understand nature at its deepest level, many scientists have been led astray, according to Smolin.
It helps ensure that should one branch go astray, the other two will check the errant branch.
Afterward, manager Mike Scioscia fretted not over another fielding chance gone astray, but of missed opportunities that would have changed the complexion of the game.
I am inspired by how the entire flock circles back to include the one bird that has gone astray, instead of heading out and leaving it behind.
It would be one thing to have a problem with a group or movement proclaiming false doctrine and leading people astray, but to take issue with groups striving to live their Catholic faith in a deeper way is counterproductive for the church and the world.