How to use Road-map in a sentence

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  • I was so busy following the road map I made so many years ago that I didn't notice it was outdated.

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  • What did you do with that old road map to your future?

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  • His face was a road map of emotion, traveling from puzzled, to comprehensive and then on to frustration.

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  • Your face is a road map to your emotions.

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  • We also recommitted ourselves then to the Road Map.

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  • Let's hope that the scriptwriters read the road map correctly and choose to venture forth into uncharted territories.

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  • Our strategic outline provides a comprehensive and clear road map for moving the School forward to achieve continuous improvement in our educational mission.

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  • Up in a road map is appease the soviets he's delighted to.

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  • Let 's hope that the scriptwriters read the road map correctly and choose to venture forth into uncharted territories.

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  • Up in a road map is appease the soviets he 's delighted to.

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  • Mapping sites provide a road map of the route with the starting point and ending point dotted for easy reference.

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  • It's a road map that delivers some news along the way.

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  • The book breaks down project management by process groups as well as providing a road map and tool kit for project managers to employ in handling their projects.

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  • Whether you chose to take the path of the wizard or the path of the king, this gaming road map will point you in the right direction.

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  • No one has a road map when it comes to grief and once one is confronted with it, it's easy to feel as if you are lost in a vast ocean, tossed this way and that, nary a paddle nor a boat in sight.

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  • Some of the more ornate designs feature so many strings and laces that your tan lines may wind up looking more like a road map.

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  • The novel outline is a kind of road map that a writer uses.

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  • These stems and branches were a road map for the astronomers who had learned through thousands of years of observation how all of these individual actions and reactions worked together.

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  • And you'll be comfortable enough to keep on the move - so much so that you'll just go and go and go, which may be why the soles have an embedded road map.

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  • If you are taking a driving vacation through the Alps, it's a good idea to have a detailed road map.

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  • It can provide a road map by track progress of your goals as your business grows, helping you to see potential problems and work around them before they become insurmountable obstacles.

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  • The business plan is the road map of how to reach the goals; it makes them specific and measurable.

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  • Your business plan creates a road map that to follow as you grow your new venture into a successful, long-term enterprise.

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  • Even if you don't need financing, creating a business plan will act as a road map as you work toward all your goals.

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  • The dietary guidelines are not a road map to losing weight.

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