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PATHPort Authority Trans-Hudson
PATHPartnership for Advancing Technology in Housing
PATHProgram for Appropriate Technology in Health (formerly Program for the Introduction and Adaptation of Contraceptive Technology)
PATHProjects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (various organizations)
PATHPositive Action in Housing (UK)
PATHPhysicians At Teaching Hospitals
PATHPlanning Alternative Tomorrows with Hope
PATHProviding Access To Help (crisis line)
PATHPeople Attempting to Help
PATHParents As Tender Healers
PATHPaul Ambrose Trail for Health
PATHPlace for Achieving Total Health (network of affiliated medical professionals)
PATHPartners for Advanced Transit & Highways
PATHPollutants in the Atmosphere and their Transport over Hong Kong
PATHPerinatal Addiction Treatment of Hawaii
PATHPremise Access Transport Hub (Telular)
PATHPartnership Against Trafficking in Human Beings (Kosovo)
PATHProfessional Association of Traditional Healers
PATHPeoples Action for Threatened Habitat
PATHProgram for Advanced Transit and Highway
PATHPortable Automatic Target Hand-off
PATHPersonal Awareness Through Health
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"This is well," continued Heyward; "and Le Renard will have strength and sight to find the path in the morning"; he paused, for sounds like the snapping of a dried stick, and the rustling of leaves, rose from the adjacent bushes, but recollecting himself instantly, he continued, "we must be moving before the sun is seen, or Montcalm may lie in our path, and shut us out from the fortress."
"That path is as you see, topped with gravel," he said; "the man must have passed along it going to the pavilion, since no traces of his steps have been found on the soft ground.
From the back porch came the sound of feet descending the steps, the bottom step upon which snow had fallen gave a ringing creak and he heard the voice of an old maidservant saying, "Straight, straight, along the path, Miss.
"He would keep running off the path hunting for ginger-roots.
It is so early in the day that I shall still get there in good time'; and so she ran from the path into the wood to look for flowers.
At the foot of the mountain that separated the Country of the Munchkins from the Country of the Gillikins, the path divided.
Then they sighed: "O that there were heavenly paths by which to steal into another existence and into happiness!" Then they contrived for themselves their by-paths and bloody draughts!
"I cannot show the path, for it is through the air.
I tiptoed down the path and stooped behind the low wall which surrounded the stunted orchard.
A new-comer, a most monstrous animal, was coming down the path.
Musing on the strangeness of life, and on the invariable ultimate triumph of the insignificant and small over the important and vast, illustrated in this instance by the easy substitution in the arbour of slugs for grandfathers, I went slowly round the next bend of the path, and came to the broad walk along the south side of the high wall dividing the flower garden from the kitchen garden, in which sheltered position my father had had his choicest flowers.
Sure enough, a dim path seemed to branch off from the road they were on, and it led across pretty green meadows and past leafy groves, straight toward the southwest.