go different ways

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If the advice of an old man is, then, worth hearkening to, children, you will quickly go different ways to your places of shelter and safety."
Alice said, as gravely as she could, 'They might go different ways.' But she couldn't help thinking to herself, 'What dreadful nonsense we ARE talking!'
"Different people may go different ways with this, and we're really interested to see how the community reacts to it," Michael Sori, co-author of the study and an associate staff scientist in the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona, said in a (https://news.agu.org/press-release/new-study-suggests-possibility-of-recent-underground-volcanism-on-mars/) press release.
"Different people may go different ways with this, and we're really interested to see how the community reacts to it," said Michael Sori, an associate staff scientist in the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona and a co-lead author of the new paper.
We will happily go different ways. We're not that far away from each other and we will keep doing what we do," he added.
"He does his stuff right, a good footballer, it was just time for us to go different ways. That happens in football.
"And that's brilliant on his behalf, people can change in football and go different ways. He has just stayed on that straight and narrow line and remained the same person.
"There's some things in the corner where there's pads jutting out and the ball can hit those and go different ways.
After dropping a mixtape "Evil Blend" and several performances they had to go different ways, still remaining great friends.
Irreconcilable differences on the romantic front can make you and lover go different ways.
"There will be times when we may differ on strategy and we may go different ways, but I think on balance when we have stayed together I think we've worked well," he said.