The way definition

The way means one’s whole manner of life including what directs it and what it produces. The worthless life of the ungodly will not endure. Lifestyle, desires, and ultimate destiny of the ungodly (perish) .
The way. Means performing acts of lovingkindness
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Examples of The way in a sentence

The way in which the appellants rights have been adversely affected.

The way in which we provide the transaction information will allow you to store and reproduce the information unchanged, for example by printing a copy.

The way in which you provide your payment instruction can depend on the type of payment you are making – for example: • If you are paying for a purchase or making a donation, many sellers and/or fund collectors allow you to provide your payment instruction to us in a dedicated PayPal checkout or other PayPal payment collection integration on their site.

The way the value of the security is deemed to become reduced and, eventually, voided is as specified in the SCC.

The way in which contributions are set using these three steps, and relevant economic projections, is described in further detail in Appendix D.

The way that this administration of justice troubles the judge, despite feeling that he would do the same thing again, is echoed later in No Country for Old Men, which opens with the line, from the point of view of troubled Sheriff Ed Tom Bell, ‘I sent one boy to the gaschamber at Huntsville.

The way that this is calculated is by including all current need (from unauthorised pitches, pitches with temporary planning permission, concealed and doubled-up households, 5 year need from older teenage children, and net movement from bricks and mortar) in the first 5 years.

The way in which both categories of rights can be exercised varies with the age and maturity of the child.

The way in which bid-rotation agreements are implemented can vary.

The way we implement our main investment strategies and the resulting portfolio holdings may change depending on factors such as market and economic conditions.

More Definitions of The way

The way means either their mode of life or their customs in worship. The phrase is used in the New Testament as descriptive of the Christian discipleship. ἠ ὁδὸς—comp. Act ; Act 19:9.
The way. – that is, the means, the

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