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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BYPATH

"He did so; left the road and escaped by some bypath," replied Captain Raymond.

I craned my neck, uneasy at not being able to see the gate nor any part of the bypath.

With a heartfelt exclamation of thanksgiving, he turned into this bypath.

The next moment they all turned their horses into the bypath.

They bring the presentation of proof into a bypath so that the essential problem of evidence is left behind.

The bypath has ever seemed to present resistless charms to the poor human heart.

I turned my horse up a bypath near the Sanjowlie Reservoir and literally ran away.

It was the fault of your disordered brain that we wandered off on that bypath, but, thanks be to Heaven!

Oliver reached the style at which the bypath terminated, and once more gained the high-road.

Here he turned in upon a bypath on the river bank, skirting the north-eastern limits of the town.

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