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  • MARTIN: Katie, did you hear, in this debate, what they want to do or was it sort of over the heads of many people, just sort of talking in broadways?

    CNN Transcript Sep 28, 2008

  • MARTIN: Katie, did you hear, in this debate, what they want to do or was it sort of over the heads of many people, just sort of talking in broadways?

    CNN Transcript Sep 27, 2008

  • Eight broadways productions under separate union contracts and off Broadway, shows do continue to run.

    CNN Transcript Nov 19, 2007

  • Pauline had measured them once with Miss Bibby's tape measure -- measured them "longways, and broadways, and fatways," and Benson's had been fully half an inch superior.

    In the Mist of the Mountains

  • I've looked at it broadways so long that I can't recognise it from this point of view.

    More about Pixie

  • They have electric motors and lights, paved broadways and boulevards, substantial business blocks, schools, churches, factories, and foundries.

    Steep Trails

  • The Sultan and the Wazir threaded the broadways of the city and they noted the houses and stood for an hour or so in each and every greater thoroughfare, till they came to a lane, a cul-de-sac wherethrough none could pass, and behold, they hit upon a house containing a company of folk.

    Arabian nights. English

  • I have a very valuable print of the Pala - tine family on a large iheet, broadways, but without any name of engraver.

    A catalogue of engravers, who have been born, or resided in England;

  • The popular humours of a great city are a never-failing source of amusement to the man whose sympathies are hospitable enough to embrace all his kind, and who, refined though he may be himself, will not sneer at the humble wit or grotesque peculiarities of the boozing mechanic, the squalid beggar, the vicious urchin, and all the motley group of the idle, the reckless, and the imitative that swarm in the alleys and broadways of a metropolis.

    Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds

  • 012: 019 He will not wrangle or raise His voice, nor will His voice be heard in the broadways.

    Weymouth New Testament in Modern Speech, Matthew

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