- n. Plural form of path.
“Maybe you didn't have this problem in the frozen tundra, but in the U.S. they had and still have some very dubious paths from the cattle to the packages of hamburger in the case.”
“It's stated in the FAQ, if you cared to read it: There will be no upgrade paths from the betas/RCs, you will have to reformat your computer and install the RTM version, or another previous Windows version you own.”
“But of course peaceful, clockwork, wealthy Holland, with its canals and bicycle paths, is a long way from Congo, where the national government barely functions, people speak several hundred languages, and a majority of the population is functionally illiterate and has no electricity, much less a radio or TV.”
“As you know, Bob, the main entrance to the Minnehaha creek hiking paths is closed for construction.”
“Confusion about sexual morality involves a danger perhaps greater than is generally realized: the danger of confusing the basic and fundamental human tendencies, the main paths of human existence.”
“I can still trace some of the paths from the books on the map.”
“That given the starting points you * are* likely to see certain ... paths through the territory.”
“Rugged mountain paths lead across the unguarded border into Afghan provinces that are Taliban strongholds.”
“And so this is what I want to say about brain paths: That it would be better to stop driving around on autopilot all the time without even looking at the signposts.”
“Perhaps the figure should be higher, given how the U.S. economy is struggling and how many emerging markets appear to be on long-term paths of high growth.”
Looking for tweets for paths.