How to use Roadblock in a sentence

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  • We lost our way when we discovered a police roadblock.

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  • If a roadblock pops up, Sagittarius will jauntily walk around it.

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  • Once the Jewish convoy had passed the smaller Arab group, they would rapidly erect a roadblock blocking the escape route.

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  • The team say, We have removed a major roadblock to the development of new drugs from the sea.

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  • He also held another event at the Ministry Of Sound over the Christmas period of 2001 which was also a roadblock event.

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  • This brings us to the solid concrete roadblock in the path of the Annan reforms.

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  • Roadblock is a task for just one member of a team.

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  • Players must split the roadblock tasks evenly so each person participates in an equal number of roadblocks during the race.

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  • In an interview with Autism Speaks, he shared his belief that an autism spectrum disorder is not a roadblock to success.

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  • A sunset clause is a last-ditch attempt to put at least some protection or roadblock in place.

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  • Next, a policeman manning an isolated roadblock tries to confirm rumors of an impending atom bomb attack from increasingly panicked motorists.

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  • The team say, " We have removed a major roadblock to the development of new drugs from the sea.

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  • Perhaps that is why a roadblock in the form of " no " was put in our path by the other person.

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  • The fist sign at the Germans were ready for something, was when they came across a steamroller used as a roadblock.

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  • A major roadblock for many adults returning to college or looking to go to college for the first time is the financial burden of taking classes.

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  • The new Arcade feature on the Xbox 360 could be the key to capturing the casual gamers' market, but the initial high pice and low availability of the new console is a formidable roadblock to this type of consumer.

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  • Most genealogical work you can do yourself, but if you do hit a roadblock, hiring a researcher can really open doors of knowledge and information previously closed to you.

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  • This is a HUGE roadblock and if the two of you don't work on that issue, nothing you do to light a fire in your marriage will last for long.

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  • The fact that no two sites are exactly the same creates a roadblock or speed bump for each new visitor.

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