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This 50-mile scenic byway offers access to 30 overlooks and 33 miles of incredible Crater Lake views.
When most of David McCullough’s Yale classmates in American studies went overseas during the summer, he put 7,000 miles on his mother’s Mazda exploring the hidden byways of America.
THE NEW MEANING OF CITIZENSHIPDANIEL MALLOYDECEMBER 13, 2020OZY
On our return from Helmsley, we noticed a byway leading across the moorland with a sign-board pointing the way "to Coxwold."
It meant that he knew every trail and byway for miles about Temple Camp.
TOM SLADE WITH THE COLORSPERCY K. FITZHUGH
Everything appealed to me; every broad way and byway in the vast forest of life sent me galloping down it in exploration.
The roads were sometimes good, and sometimes as execrable as a colonial byway in winter, with mud up to the axles.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
I am sorry to hear it: the Duc de Noailles should not forsake the high road for such a byway.
A shady byway of judicial encroachment is thus rather surreptitiously indicated.
You ride on then at reduced speed along a camouflaged byway for perhaps fifteen minutes.
John Steele looked around; in a byway he saw the lighted window of a cheap oyster buffet.
HALF A CHANCEFREDERIC S. ISHAM

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