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a method, manner, etc., that is underhand, unscrupulous, or otherwise contemptible.
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He left town by the
that wound along the creek.
The cast share one thing in common: they all want to be famous and they're taking the
to get there.
There are two roads to everything--a
and a high one.
The twentieth century--all loop-de-loop and greed and the
The play, however, takes neither the
nor the high road.
The zone has extensive public lands, minimal agricultural activity and
We can use enforcement to block some employers from taking the
The road soon forks into a high road and a
and the high road for a pleasant seven mile loop.
Emphasis in access management should be on maintaining existing
densities in areas of suitable habitat.
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