asway

asway

(əˈsweɪ)
adv
in a rocking or oscillating manner
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Ramzi's attorneys claimed the prosecution provided no proof that officials ordered police to fire live ammunition on protesters, reported Reuters-run news site Asway Masriya.
Anyway, the transposals here are asway (Webster's Third) and aways (OED).
Ceinwen, who passed asway on October 26, had featured in the Echo a number of times in recent years due to her remarkable determination to keep up with the times.