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the high road

1. The easiest or surest path, course, or method. I'm hopeful that this master's degree will put me on the high road to success!
2. The most noble, ethical, or diplomatic course or method. Strive to always choose the high road when dealing with others, even if they've treated you unfairly in the past. Life has a habit of rewarding those who learn to turn the other cheek.
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High Road Capital Partners is focussed on smaller middle-market transactions.
The driver then explained in bold detail that the high road was very narrow, subject to landslides and near-edge disasters, and once on the move there would be no turning back.
Masti, 576 - 582 High Road, Wembley, HA0 2AA The venue serves Indian food and hosts a wide range of entertainment including DJs and bands with the cost of a pint around PS3.
She said that while regulators such as the Fed are working to encourage use of the high road, it is not a task regulators can accomplish alone.
That's when she said, "David, you'll never regret taking the high road.
High Road Craft Ice Cream & Sorbet, an Atlanta-based manufacturer of ice cream, gelato and sorbet, has announced that it is expanding beyond its current wholesale business to begin retail sales of its upscale frozen desserts.
On the High Road chronicles the remarkable story of a town in antiquity and the excavations that brought it to light.
A leading contractor organization, the Professional Services Council, urged the Obama administration not to adopt the High Road Procurement Policy.
The blue Vauxhall Tigra Coup careered off Chester High Road, Neston, at around 2am yesterday.
BARACK OBAMA called for a "new politics for a new time" as he suggested his campaign was taking the moral high road to the White House.
In this latter paradigm High Road practices that are commonly regarded as enabling, emulate coercive Low Road models unintentionally or because of multiple management goals (Orlitzky and Frenkel, 2005).
GEORDIE duo ANT McPARTLIN and DECLAN DONNELLY will NEVER move back to Newcastle or quit the UK - because they're so in love with Chiswick High Road.
It would "take the high road and avoid the charge of a cover-up that would have attended a judicial review" (Cath.
They are more likely to take the high road if they are connected to institutions, public and private, that promote such alternatives .
She collided with a single-decker bus and was thrown into the path of an oncoming red Ford Puma, travelling west along Chiswick High Road.