(n.) = path ; trail ; byway ; footpath ; pathway ; hiking trail ; walking trail ; nature trail. Ex: It can be in only one place, unless duplicates are used; one has to have rules as to which path will locate it, and the rules are cumbersome. Ex: The article 'An oasis where many trails cross' identifies cocitation clusters representing research specialists impinging on the field of communication. Ex: All talk now and then wanders down byways, for a moment or two, during which the participants gather themselves for a fresh attack on the main subject. Ex: Equivalence relationships normally imply the selection of one form as the preferred term, as we have seen, so we make a cross-reference pointing from the non-preferred term to the preferred term: footpaths See Trails; Bovines USE Cattle. Ex: This system automates the scientific task of determining the pathway of steps underlying a chemical reaction. Ex: These fire breaks are NOT hiking trails or roads. Ex: There is a 4.5 mile long walking and biking trail along the waterfront that leads to several nature trails outside of town. Ex: There is a 4.5 mile long walking and biking trail along the waterfront that leads to several nature trails outside of town. ---- * el sendero que lleva a = a/the doorway to. * por el sendero de la democracia = along the path of democracy. * sendero de bicicletas = bicycle trail. * sendero para bicicletas = biking trail ; bicycle trail. * sendero para caminar = walking trail. * sendero para ciclistas = biking trail ; bicycle trail. * sendero para excursionistas = walking trail.