the parting of the ways


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the parting of the ways

the point at which two people or organizations separate The parting of the ways came after a series of disagreements between the manager and the group's singer.
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The great Admiral's slight and passion-worn figure stands at the parting of the ways.
He was a man who stood at the parting of the ways between realism and romanticism, and if he had been somewhat more of a man he might have been the master of a great school of English realism; but, as it was, he remained content to use the materials of realism and produce the effect of romanticism.
On Saturday they drew their pay and came to the parting of the ways.
He was unhappy, said the voice, his life was a void; there was but one thing that could save him; he had come to the parting of the ways, here lay happiness and honor, and all that was high and noble; there lay the soul-killing round, the lonely life, the base pursuit of money, the sordid, selfish aims.
Again I retraced my steps toward the parting of the ways, when to my surprise I came upon the entrance to three diverging corridors, any one of which I might have traversed in my hasty dash after the false clue I had been following.
Not that it matters now--now that we've come to the parting of the ways.
Lendl, whom it is believed could not give his full attention to Murray's schedule due to other commitments in the sport, stressed the parting of the ways was amicable.
The actor, right, who is currently appearing as Brutus in Julius Caesar which opens at the New Theatre in Cardiff on October 23, appeared alongside the very first Doctor Who Christopher Eccleston in the episodes Bad Wolf and The Parting of the Ways, in which Eccleston regenerated in-to David Tennant.
The parting of the ways with the Christophe Ferland-trainedthree-year-old, who shared champion honours with CamelotaftertwoGroup1winsunder Frankie Dettori in 2011, came after defeatinthe Pouled'Essaides Poulains.
Be Lucky The beauty of love is more than skin deep It''s what children, friends and family come to reap Love may catch you by surprise When you feel it and see it in stranger''s eyes Love and emotions help us survive It also helps us to grow and thrive Love is not all about finding a good looking husband or wife It is about finding a partner for life If you and your partner have enjoyed the greatest love rush The outcome could well be a prom to push Love can be the greatest feeling And the source of your well being But love con end on any day And then it is the parting of the ways So be lucky when you choose your husband or your wife It is the biggest gamble of your life G MCLANDERS, Byker
Marius Heemstra, The Fiscus Judaicus and the Parting of the Ways.
The parting of the ways for City and Tevez will undoubtedly come sooner rather than later but the ramifications in terms of the legal issues as City will hopefully seek to protect their financial interests could drag on for an awful lot longer.
Explaining that the parting of the ways was an amicable one, Dumaness secretary George Gillespie said: "We would like to thank Donal for his efforts.
However, the essayists argue that the process was much slower and more complicated, so that the parting of the ways should be placed in the fourth century, with rabbinic Judaism forming itself by reference to Christianity as much as Christianity by reference to Judaism.
A striking confluence of historical argument appears in the independent but parallel accounts of the parting of the ways of Judaism and Christianity in Daniel Boyarin's Border Lines (2) and John Howard Yoder's Jewish Christian Schism Revisited.