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During the 1980s Anguilla's traditional industries - boatbuilding, fishing, salt production and livestock timarco rabattkod rearing - gave way to the controlled development of tourism, along with its associated construction and service sectors, and the establishment of a relatively small offshore banking sector.In Britain, give way to cars coming from the right.These examples have been automatically selected and may contain sensitive content.The floor's rotten and likely to give way.Despite growing pressure, the Minister of State refused to give way.The motorboats have to give way to the sailboats.Baratrie gave way to a bromide.Anger and fear gave way to kindness and hope, expressed in the community's new harmonious way of life of the community.See also: give, way give way to someone or something to yield to someone or something; to give preference to someone or something.Give way to (someone or something).
Tell a friend about us, add a link to this page, or visit the webmaster's page for free fun content.The Sun (2014) Anger gave way to fear when it struck me that it could happen again.This is consistent with the period where his dark palette gave way to bold colors.Christopher Ross tunnel visions: Journeys of an Underground Philosopher (2001)But it soon gave way to anger.The initial enthusiasm for mass education at independence soon gave way to the institutionalization of inequality.You must give way to any pedestrians on the crossing.