culs-de-sac


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culs-de-sac

 (kŭlz′dĭ-săk′, ko͝olz′-)
n.
A plural of cul-de-sac.
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The tempo, which at first seems uniform, is in fact delightfully variable, accelerating through gooseneck curves and then slowing into lariats and culs-de-sac.
The council's town planning manager, Mr Andrew Jeyes, said: "A planning application has been submitted which asks for access to be made through both culs-de-sac.
Rita McBride's art deflates the bloated tenets of high-modernist city planning and design and exposes the culs-de-sac of once-nigh-sacred art and architectural presumptions.