cul de sac


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Noun1.cul de sac - a passage with access only at one endcul de sac - a passage with access only at one end
passage - a way through or along which someone or something may pass
2.cul de sac - a street with only one way in or outcul de sac - a street with only one way in or out
thoroughfare - a public road from one place to another
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And so, as I came trotting out of that cul de sac, full of satisfaction with my own cleverness, he turned the corner and I walked right into his handcuffs.
She walked quickly and blindly in the opposite direction, and found herself at the end of a cul de sac .
Instead of going to the right places--banks, police stations, rendezvous-- he systematically went to the wrong places; knocked at every empty house, turned down every cul de sac, went up every lane blocked with rubbish, went round every crescent that led him uselessly out of the way.
The situation has led to one incident where a fire tender could not drive down the Rhos Llan cul de sac in Llandrillo near Corwen in an emergency.
SET within a conversation of area of Knowsley Village and occupying a cul de sac position on a private gated development, this executive detached home has been much improved.
Wilson Tana, the city's chief arson investigator, said the angle was being considered after Lydia Escare, the owner of the house in Cul de Sac Compound on Cul de Sac Road, Barangay Sun Valley, Paranaque City, told investigators she smelled what seemed like burning wire in her bedroom minutes before the fire broke out.
The five bedroom properties are on offer at The Green, a cul de sac built by Romford Homes in Redhill Road, close to Bournville Cricket Club.
The government of St Lucia said it has received confirmation that the Hess Terminal at Cul de Sac has been sold, reports Caribbean News Now (Oct.
Failing that, a cul de sac offers the suburban dream.
The property sits conveniently on a quiet cul de sac close to schools, public transport links and shopping facilities.
There have been a limited number of success stories in that time, and you can count Richard Thompson's brilliant comic strip "Cul de Sac" among them.