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waymark

(ˈweɪˌmɑːk)
n
(Navigation) a symbol or signpost marking the route of a footpath
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Lydgate talked persistently when they were in his work-room, putting arguments for and against the probability of certain biological views; but he had none of those definite things to say or to show which give the waymarks of a patient uninterrupted pursuit, such as he used himself to insist on, saying that "there must be a systole and diastole in all inquiry," and that "a man's mind must be continually expanding and shrinking between the whole human horizon and the horizon of an object-glass." That evening he seemed to be talking widely for the sake of resisting any personal bearing; and before long they went into the drawing room, where Lydgate, having asked Rosamond to give them music, sank back in his chair in silence, but with a strange light in his eyes.
At all times she was so liable to fits of absence, that she was likely enough to let her waymarks pass unnoticed.
A stile on the left leads to another stile, follow waymarks and bear left around a house.
The next meeting is Monday August 4 at The Royal British Legion Club, Scar Lane, Golcar (7.30pm) when Jan Scrine will be guest speaker, on Highways and Waymarks of West Y orkshire.
For our walk we use the delightful countryside to the east of the village where the immaculate waymarks ensure you will not get lost.
The walk starts from a busy road but soon gains the comfort of shady woods, following the waymarks of The Worcestershire Way.
Go right to take it and leave the leaping salmon waymarks of the Wye Valley Walk by going left, away from the Wye.
Waymarks for the route show him racing along at breakneck speed on horseback - furiously whipping his steed.
Waymarks will be placed on paths in Emley, Shepley, Clayton West and Skelmanthorpe, as well as Denby Dale itself.
Follow the waymarks of the North Worcestershire Path (a fircone emblem) to climb Bilberry Hill and pass the visitor centre (keep to the left of this) and through the car park.
Pass through the field gate into a private garden and go forward over the lawn following the waymarks into a small field and climb a stile in the left corner.
Pass the farmhouse on your left to climb with a track and follow its waymarks to pass another ruin on your right and turn right to join a road.