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not taking a direct or straight line or course

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marked by obliqueness or indirection in speech or conduct

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deviating from a straight course

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Yet the fact is that many of them came to into their careers from very diverse walks of life, in some cases rather circuitously and in others in total opposition to the probabilities of circumstance.
single district's boundaries circuitously, choosing precise but
further decisions derived from the founding decision, and the archiving of difference, which circuitously serves as evidence of the Law's inviolability, (p.
Indeed, it is a way of thinking love that begets exhaustion by being circuitously inexhaustible.
In this way, the Fed circuitously "monetizes the debt" and expands the money supply while distorting interest rates in the process.
The specific facts about my fridge are very tenuously and very circuitously related to facts about your fridge; but the facts of gravity are directly related to both our fridges.
The Mayor of Robertsport City Corporation (RCC), James Kiazulo said that they would sell a five-gallon tin of drinking water for 20 LD is to circuitously deprive the citizens of safe drinking water.
Law and Order advertised its use of stories "ripped from the headlines" but often got to those stories circuitously or would begin with the obvious newsworthy story and twist away from it.
This Article revisits the facts, findings, and fallout of Fourtin circuitously, by way of and in order to vindicate a reconstructed, relational right to sexual autonomy.
Born in 1930 and raised in Ohio, Melchert circuitously made his way to Northern California to work with the unconventional Peter Voulkos, with whom he first briefly studied in 1957 during a summer session at the University of Montana, Missoula.
Total iron-binding capacity (TIBC) is performed by drawing blood and measuring the maximum amount of iron that it can carry, which circuitously measures transferrin, since transferrin is the most dynamic carrier.
Even though the topos stands apart from Thornfield's chapel, its sheer figurative mobility demonstrates its symbolic force, so that the "quiet wedding" in Ferndean circuitously completes the spatial and generic process that the attic initiated.
Embattled Netanyahu is getting a badly needed break as Palestinian officials in Ramallah and some Arab media commentators are circuitously blaming Gaza for Israel's own wars and war crimes.
For a number of years, therefore, group relations work continued to inform a deeper understanding of couple dynamics, albeit circuitously.