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  • n  a side road little traveled (as in the countryside)

  • WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS: "Yeats's father once confided to my father: 'Willie has found a very profitable little bypath in poetry'; and this was fair enough.
  • A diverticulum (Latin for a small bypath) of the large bowel is a little pouch or sac formed by pressure inside the gut, forcing the inner layer (mucosa) through a weak spot in .
  • Their special bypath of curing disease by actual might main is, they feel, on the upgrade.

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