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  • n. Plural form of bylane.


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  • Nitish Kumar not only knows Patna's bylanes very well, he also keenly understands the intricate socio-political alignments and aspirations of his people.

    A Person of the Year: Nitish Kumar

  • To me the best part of your writing - which I do enjoy hugely, in case I haven't made that clear yet on several other fora - is the fact that you aren't bound by research and instead go forth and gloriously explore new bylanes of the imagination.

    ianmcdonald: Spingate

  • The steps also are also near many rooftop cafes and narrow bylanes filled with busy jewelry and sari markets in one of the world's oldest cities.

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  • "We believe that no matter where you live -- whether a village in Punjab or the bylanes of Chandni Chowk ... an old section of Kolkata or a new high-rise in Bangalore -- every person deserves the same chance to live in security and dignity, to get an education, to find work, and to give their children a better future."

    Dalits get their wish as Obama evokes story of their hero

  • She knows Bandra bylanes and will lead me into them with her finger.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • We came back to Null Bazar and we shot the Syednas entourage the head of the Bohras, I than took him to the bylanes of Goghri Mohalla , coming out at Pydhonie, and after this marathon walk I dropped him back to his hotel and proceeded to Bandra

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  • I took him to Khar Danda, my shop, Ambedkar Road ,and other sleepy bylanes of Bandra.

    Jesus lives at Bandra Bazar Road « bollywoods most wanted photographerno1

  • The secularism debate is groping in the dark and seems to have lost its way in the myriad bylanes of myth and culture.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • Fifes, drums and timbrels kept up a frantic noise, filling the bylanes and streets of Stratford with astonished country louts and tradesmen, until the fantastic parade ended in the wagon yard of the tavern.

    Shakspere, Personal Recollections

  • Wandering on, and preferring bylanes to the high road, he lost his bearings, and at length, fearing that he was going in the wrong direction, he stopped at a wayside cottage to inquire the way.

    In Clive's Command A Story of the Fight for India


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