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the royal road

A way or method that presents no difficulties: the royal road to success.
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The royal road system evolved in response to the need to deploy troops rapidly throughout imperial territories.
Spectacle is the issue here, so the royal road of willed blindness is what we should travel if we are to get at the heart of things.
The dreams of interpretation; a century down the royal road.
The card also offers free entry to 32 museums4)The medieval market square at Ryneck Glowny in the Old Town is the largest in Europe5) In the Old Town, the best way to explore is on foot - walk the Royal Road which begins at Florionska Gate and passes by many beautiful and historical churches.
THE ROYAL ROAD TO JOY: THE BEATITUDES AND THE EUCHARIST.
For other species, no one yet knows all the factors, be they genetic predisposition or nurture, that set certain eggs on the royal road.
THE Royal Road of the Incas is the title of Leamington Photographic Society's annual lecture being presented by travel writer and photographer John Pilkington at the Royal Spa Centre, on May 10, at 7.
The reader is also introduced to the ruins of palaces and temples along the Royal Road, a once busy trading route for gold and salt that fuelled the economies of the great empires of Africa before centuries of conquests, religious wars and tribal conflicts destroyed them.
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