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There are so many delicious ways you can prepare chicken.
Is there any way of contacting you while you're in Africa?
The students are learning new ways to communicate in writing.
Have you noticed her irritating way of interrupting when you talk?
Greg has really changed his ways since he went to prison.
In his own way he really is trying to help.
The government are unlikely to get their way on this issue.
His parents must realize that he will soon go his own way.
It's not right, whichever way you think about it.
The evening was a great success, in more ways than one.
In a way, I agree with you.
I don't think this is the right way.
Is this the way to the Eiffel Tower?
Could you please show me the way to the temple?
Does Tim know the way to your house from here?
The tourists lost their way and had to ask for directions.
There's a petrol station just across the way.
Tell them to leave by the back way.
They live out Cambridge way.
'Are you inviting Phil to your party?' 'No way!'
No way am I going to refuse an offer like that!
There's no way the building work will be finished by today.
Housing developers are looking for a way around the law.
You can't talk your way out of trouble this time.
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