from nowhere

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Adv.1.from nowhere - without warning; "your cousin arrived out of thin air"
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News from Nowhere marked its 40th anniversary with an event at the Adelphi hotel with music, a raffle and dancing.
THERE'S always a team that comes from nowhere to gain promotion to the Premier League.
com)-- Awem, the developer of such titles as Cradle Of Rome[TM] 1-2, Golden Trails: The New Western Rush[TM], Golden Trails 2: The Lost Legacy[TM], Letters from Nowhere[TM] 1-2, The Island: Castaway[TM] 1-2, and other casual games and mobile apps, announces the release of Letters from Nowhere 2[TM] for Mac.
IN the same week in which Transport Secretary Philip Hammond begged the North East to back his high speed rail plans (The Journal, December 29), in order to overcome opposition from Tory nimbys in the south of England, his department has approved a grant of pounds 24m pounds to Surrey County Council to build a river bridge which, in strategic terms, goes from nowhere to nowhere.
Sadly, two of them, the M45 between Coventry and Rugby and the M69 between Coventry and Leicester, long derided as routes from nowhere to nowhere, are uncongested because they are woefully underused.
Stewart opted for Highway 40 instead, writing, ``By comparison, Route 6 runs uncertainly from nowhere to nowhere, scarcely to be followed from one end to the other, except by some devoted eccentric.
However, this article intends to explore the impact on Tolkien of two of Morris's other works, The Icelandic Journals and News From Nowhere.
The depiction of the lone black homesteader drives Micheaux's three autobiographical novels set in South Dakota: The Conquest (1913), The Homesteader (1917), and The Wind from Nowhere (1941), the first two written during Micheaux's homesteading years there.