- v direct one's course or way
wend your way through the crowds
- Companies are increasingly supporting more natural growth, letting employees wend their way upward like climbing vines.
- Demme's new film, Rachel Getting Married, is arguably an attempt on the part of the director to wend his way back to his roots.
- All that we are in this country came out of words 18th century words, 19th century words which in turn wend their way back into a past that existed long before the first .
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- Lemont Library holding class on social catologing website
LEMONT — Librarian Alison Colman will introduce attendees to Goodreads, the world's largest site for readers and book recommendations, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Lemont Public Library, 50 E. Wend St.
June 11, 2013 - Huntley Farmside
- Lemont Library showing weekly family films on Mondays
LEMONT – The Lemont Public Library, 50 E. Wend St., will start Madcap Movie Mondays with "Land Before Time" at 2 p.m. Monday. There have been no comments made about this story.
June 10, 2013 - Huntley Farmside
- Blackhawks shorthanded for Game 4
There will be a glaring difference for the Chicago Blackhawks between being one win away from the Stanley Cup Final and tied with the Los Angeles Kings coming back to Chicago. And the Hawks will wend their way to one …
June 7, 2013 - WGN TV Chicago
- Mark Richt in Macon Telegraph
As you look, there might have been a game or two I thought we might have them come, but there was always another pretty good game going on, too, and I could see why they went where they wend and never felt slighted,Richt said.
- Greg Shipperd in The West Australian
We're still trying to wend our way through the medical mysteries of a shoulder reconstruction,Shipperd said.
- Robert Zoellick in CalTrade Report
These problems "are compounded by an inability to obtain prompt EU-wide review of national administrative decisions. An importer or other interested party has to wend its way through national administrative and/or judicial appeals before obtaining...