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Balashev, who was on the alert all through the dinner, replied that just as "all roads lead to Rome," so all roads lead to Moscow: there were many roads, and "among them the road through Poltava, which Charles XII chose." Balashev involuntarily flushed with pleasure at the aptitude of this reply, but hardly had he uttered the word Poltava before Caulaincourt began speaking of the badness of the road from Petersburg to Moscow and of his Petersburg reminiscences.
All roads lead to Rome, and there were times when it might have struck us that almost every branch of study or subject of conversation skirted forbidden ground.
Heading his chapter 'Not All Roads Lead to Rome', he explores the points beyond those to which Anglo-Saxons sometimes travelled, particularly Gargano on the Adriatic coast.
ROME: All roads lead to Rome if you wantculture on your camping trip.
In this film, all roads lead to Rome, and thus the body becomes evidence of how life can shatter us to the point of no return.
Just because all roads lead to Rome doesn't mean you can get in--at least not on wheels.
The Romans used to say that all roads lead to Rome. We can't make that claim about any one point in the October evening sky, for it holds several marvelous regions that compete for our attention.
"I used to want to do that so, in my book, I talk about how all roads lead to Rome and that the one-woman show is pretty much doing standup, for sure."
United had done more than enough to send the Italian champions packing, further evidence of their desperation to prove all roads lead to Rome, and then Wembley in the final week of May.
ALL roads lead to Rome for Liverpool in next season's Champions League competition.
ALL roads lead to Rome for a Huddersfield man who will drive to Italy in a pounds 100 car.