Bosnia/Herzegovina is a united country but because of the differences in mentalities and the aspirations of the different people who are going their own ways
the functioning of the country is very difficult, he added.
The boys served in the Army and the RAF before going their own ways
Going their own ways
then, they reformed in 1974 to tour North America from West to East.
Now the university and the hospital are going their own ways
by building their own small firm incubation units.
The source added that the couple are still friendly but they're going their own ways
Despite going their own ways
many years ago, they kept in touch right up until Rafferty passed away.
Many of those involved in the process were moved by a conception--a Britannic vision--in which the Dominions, while going their own ways
, would remain tied to Britain and each other by their common allegiance to the Crown.
There is a fear that, despite devolution, Wales will be incorporated - cricket like - into England with Scotland and Northern Ireland going their own ways
and that could mean a cut in the already pitiful funding the principality is afforded.
There are no plans to divorce, they are just going their own ways
Catherine Dunwoody is the executive director of CaFCP, which boasts a 55,000-square-foot facility in Sacramento where the auto company members hold team meetings before going their own ways
to develop fuel cells.
There is no mention of this in the 'news' section but at the time it announced that its members were going their own ways
After all, corporate branches like communications, publishing, supply and distribution, and mortgage service were going their own ways
in making procurements, payments and arrangements with vendors for a wide range of services and supplies.
He said: "Victoria told me they had finished and they were going their own ways
I loved the interaction of all these dysfunctional people - comedically, brilliantly written - coming together and sort of accepting each other as long as they have to, then going their own ways
It was 14 February, 1867 - Valentine's Day - yet William Dunstan and Alice Harwood, both 20, would soon be going their own ways