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both ways

adj, adv
1. (Gambling, except Cards) another term for each way
2. have it both ways (usually with a negative) to try to get the best of a situation, argument, etc, by chopping and changing between alternatives or opposites
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Both-ways is an educational concept referring to Indigenous Australian school education that accommodates both Indigenous and non-Indigenous epistemological work (Ober &Bat, 2007).
UAE was ranked the top country in the Middle East based on passengers carried (total both-ways, international and domestic), with 45.
Key elements of both-ways thinking point towards the repositioning of feeling for place at the centre of educational practice (Yunkaporta & McGinty, 2007).
would be opened both-ways to allow stranded Palestinians to travel starting
Paper 3: Self-empowerment: researching in a both-ways framework.
Fortunately, Col Niaz of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) took pity on us and, at Muzaffar's request, gave us a both-ways lift in the NDMA helicopter.
Our trade and investment partnerships are both-ways and expanding rapidly.
Returning to an earlier oppositional statement claiming that teachers do not need data-based findings to decide how to teach children is comparable to asserting that they do not need electrical lights (candles can be used), computers (a slate board can be nostalgic), or bus transportation for their students (the two-mile uphill walk both-ways can be invigorating).
But the systematic extension of Griggs under a rigorous both-ways standard not only means the end of every affirmative action program in the private sector, but also a ceaseless round of suits any time the composition of the workforce deviates from Griggs's insanely tight requirements of proportionate representation.
the both-ways helicopter transfer between Nice airport and the Monaco chopper pad, a two-minute stroll from Coulthard's Colombus Hotel.