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wend one's way

Proceed along a course, go, as in It's getting late; we had best wend our way home. [c. 1400]
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As part of the event, Professor Wend will sell copies at a pitch in Edinburgh.
There does not appear to be an official count of how many Texans are descended from the 1,500 Wends who migrated to Texas between 1848 and 1911, said George Nielsen, a historian who has studied the Wends and is now retired in South Dakota.
For example, in Gaston Kabore's film Buud Yam, the group of men gathered under a tree and gossiping about punishing Wend Kuuni illustrates the production of a hierarchy identity of pure (us) and impure (them).
If a government does not approve your development, or changes zoning to your detriment - thereby depriving you of the use of your property in a de facto taking - it could take years for your lawsuit to wend its way through various courts.
One expects prescriptions for plan design, wise and legal ways to wend one's way through tricky IRS mazes, approaches to incentive plans, or other contemporary tactics for creating rewards in a highly competitive environment.
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Bill keeps Vicki amused as they wend their way through the streets of London, pausing every now and again at the occasional greasy spoon caff to top up the fuel reserves.
In Wonka's factory, all the worst tendencies of the children - their gluttony, their selfishness, their greed - come into play, and they all pay in frightfully amusing ways as they wend their way through the bizarre factory.
These M113s will be taking on a new role as 'first responders' during a disaster or in support of Homeland Security throughout the area," Wend said.
The traces of these products that wend their way into U.
Claiborne Farm's Wend took her record on turf to a perfect five wins in as many starts with a neck victory in the Grade 2 New York Handicap, also run on the Belmont Saturday card.
EVERY STAFFER, and there seems to be an endless number of them at the new Roy's in Woodland Hills, smiles graciously and says ``Aloha'' as you wend your way to your table.
Full voice characterization by both talented readers lends credence to the desperation, depravity, and foolhardiness of the parties as they wend their way from cradle to grave, from home life to the wilds of Africa.
ANYONE wanting a preview of the Apocalypse should wend their way to Manchester.
A gene-silencing strategy that's increasingly popular in the laboratory may wend its way into the medicine cabinet.