PATHS


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AcronymDefinition
PATHSPortland Arts and Technology High School (Portland, ME)
PATHSProviding Access to Health Solutions (New Zealand)
PATHSProfessional and Technical High School (Florida)
PATHSParents and Teachers Helping Students (public education reform organization)
PATHSPrecursor Above the Horizon Sensor
PATHSPacific Transport of Heat and Salt
PATHSPaving Access Trails for Higher Security
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I followed a cattle path through the thick under-brush until I came to a slope that fell away abruptly to the water's edge.
I always fancy I see people walking in these numerous paths and arbors, but John has cautioned me not to give way to fancy in the least.
Miss Sawyer borrowed a neighbor's horse and wagon and drove her to the schoolhouse, interviewing the teacher, Miss Dearborn, arranging for books, and generally starting the child on the path that was to lead to boundless knowledge.
On an afternoon in October, or the beginning of November - a fresh watery afternoon, when the turf and paths were rustling with moist, withered leaves, and the cold blue sky was half hidden by clouds - dark grey streamers, rapidly mounting from the west, and boding abundant rain - I requested my young lady to forego her ramble, because I was certain of showers.
She was making heaps of earth and paths for a garden and Basil came and stood near to watch her.
To edge his way along the crowded paths of life, warning all human sympathy to keep its distance, was what the knowing ones call `nuts' to Scrooge.
God knows I had no part in it while they remained there, but it pained me to think of the dear old place as altogether abandoned; of the weeds growing tall in the garden, and the fallen leaves lying thick and wet upon the paths.
Behind the furthest end of the brewery, was a rank garden with an old wall: not so high but that I could struggle up and hold on long enough to look over it, and see that the rank garden was the garden of the house, and that it was overgrown with tangled weeds, but that there was a track upon the green and yellow paths, as if some one sometimes walked there, and that Estella was walking away from me even then.
Fly through the paths of the air and find them, ye vultures
But he was wrong; because the monkey, Chee-Chee, knew all the paths through the jungle--better even than the King's men did.
In the meantime, while summoned by heralds and by trumpets, the knight was holding his course northward, avoiding all frequented paths, and taking the shortest road through the woodlands.
But I shall endeavor in this discourse to describe the paths I have followed, and to delineate my life as in a picture, in order that each one may also be able to judge of them for himself, and that in the general opinion entertained of them, as gathered from current report, I myself may have a new help towards instruction to be added to those I have been in the habit of employing.