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use "pave" in a sentence

The deal would pave the way for the country's EU membership.

It told of a plan to pave over a plaza in Rio that was beloved by samba players.

There might be a pothole there but you're trying to pave and work through that."

The new rules pave the way for startups to offer some incentives to early investors.

Gain an air partner in Europe by 2016 in Europe to pave the way for new destinations.

A deal at a February summit of EU leaders could therefore pave the way for a vote in June.

Instead, she found a way to overcome obstacles and pave a smoother path for those who followed.

The MILF was still accounting for all the weapons "to pave the way for their return," Iqbal said.

The plants add nutrients to the soil that will pave the way for new life to follow, Yurkewycz said.

The parliament in Greece passed a bill on Thursday to pave the way for its next installment of loans.

Erdogan said that should pave the way for the return of some 1.7 million refugees from Turkey to Syria.

1550th Combat Crew Training Wing MH-53J Pave Low on display at Kirtland AFB.

These talks between the two countries should help pave the way for a new trade deal.

The old man paused for a minute, and then resumed talking. pave

Marsha Sinetar once observed that change can either challenge or threaten us. Your beliefs pave your way to success or block you.

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