(1) I watched the head waiter stand over the only other inhabited table for 20 minutes, explaining some arcane byway of his art with an expansive warmth, while the couple stared up at him with rictus grins and hollow, screaming eyes.(2) The flags can only be lowered and the ranges declared open to the public once all the surrounding byways , tracks and roads have been checked and cleared of any unexploded munitions.(3) I'd be willing to bet that students would emerge from the experience better equipped to challenge and deal with the various bumps on the highways and byways of their journey through life.(4) To those with an interest in the byways of 20th century music, this is a most worthwhile album.(5) I recommend it to all who are interested in the byways of Romantic music.(6) An overwhelming 86 percent of traffic fatalities happen on side roads and byways .(7) An environmental campaign has been launched to try to clean up the highways and byways of Kirkby Stephen.(8) Alternative culture is something the boys can retreat into; its arcane byways and fascinating backwaters are a mirror in some ways of Brooklyn itself.(9) New Jersey, an old state with many fascinating historical byways and a considerable fund of lore and legend, is the image of the future, assuming that the future is assigned a value of perhaps fifteen minutes.(10) The security services are used to keep us in our place, to clear the highways and byways when they pass, and to protect them.(11) Since then, this perennially restless muse has wandered through a maze of creative highways and byways .(12) It is quite the opposite: like signposts on a motorway, punctuation makes it easier to plot your way through the highways and byways of the English language.(13) This would be a great opportunity to discover the highways and byways of these countries while helping a worthy cause.(14) Extra patrols and traffic units will police the highways and byways to prevent road deaths this weekend.(15) The album suggested hitting the highways and byways to escape the intense isolation brought on by urban claustrophobia.(16) Now, even more elderly, and white-haired, he can still be seen vigorously treading the highways and byways of the Dales.