Gridlock sentence example

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  • How are we to avoid gridlock becoming common place in our major metropolitan areas?
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  • Headlights were backed up as far as the eye could see, waiting impatiently for someone to direct them away from the gridlock.
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  • We cannot hold hostage to sovereign gridlock the keys to final deliverance from the nuclear nightmare.
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  • Zebrafish embryos with a mutation called gridlock show faulty development of blood vessels in the lower portion of the body.
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  • In fact, privately Darling knows that more radical measures are needed to prevent the gridlock.
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  • We are working flat-out to bring reduce water losses as fast as we can without causing gridlock in London, where leakage is highest.
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  • Surely, the priority should be to get the traffic off the roundabout - not create gridlock?
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  • If there is not a substantial move to public transport we will have gridlock and the whole regeneration will not work,' he says.
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  • Our roads and transport system in general did not face total gridlock.
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  • What we didn't expect was a total gridlock on the motorway about 6 Km short of Murcia.
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  • Such couples could be said to be in a kind of ' projective gridlock ' .
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  • The objective of Rush Hour is to move the little red car out of the snarled up traffic gridlock that the game begins with.
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  • How Britain could be gridlocked Daily Express, May 18 2003 Every day, we are always on the brink of transport gridlock.
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  • Rush Hour arrives with 40 challenge cards, which depict various gridlock scenarios to set up your traffic jam to.
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  • More often than not, parenting teens is far from a scenic drive on a country road and more like being stuck in gridlock traffic.
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