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Flowers grew along the wayside.
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So, unfortunately, the CHIP program and others got just kind of shoved to the wayside.
By the time the foam-board revolution of the 1950s rolled around, wooden board-making fell by the wayside in favor of new, smaller, lighter boards.
Will the city’s own black leadership finally address endemic discrimination or sit by the wayside?
About three years later, Virginia created The Crooked Road, 300 miles of multiple Southwest Virginia highways, featuring dozens of venues, festivals and wayside exhibits in 19 counties, four cities and at least 50 towns.
And one thing that often falls by the wayside: your workout.
When Mexican Muralism took hold of the American art scene and artists like Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, and David Alfaro Siqueiros garnered praise, Rufino Tamayo’s work fell to the wayside.
In these exhibitions, as well as in the new museums and art schools that arose around them, traditional styles of painting, drawing, pottery or calligraphy fell by the wayside, and installation, video and performance served as lingua franca.
That, of course, has gone by the wayside since Scott has directly blamed the nursing home for negligence while the home has fought back against the state's moves to shut the place down.
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