dead-end street


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Noun1.dead-end street - a street with only one way in or outdead-end street - a street with only one way in or out
thoroughfare - a public road from one place to another
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After driving to a dead-end street, Ivanov allegedly rammed patrol cars, refused police commands and ran from the stolen vehicle while armed with a semiautomatic handgun.
When deputies arrived at the four-bedroom, three-bathroom house on a dead-end street in Perris, about 60 miles southeast of Los Angeles, they were shocked by what they found.
Second, 'going birit' is ultimately a dead-end street.
The front-seat passenger gave chase down the dead-end street and stabbed the man.
Some MEPs believe that the current form of globalisation is a dead-end street and free trade has seriously undermined democracy, social rights and the environment.
They had been playing in a snow bank on a dead-end street in Greenwich, New York, which is about a three-hour drive north of New York City.
Therefore, these elites regard the national country as a dead-end street that needs to be left in the history for good, and regard those who support the nationcountry as conservative cavemen who don't know what is good for the country and its citizens, so the elite tries to take over power without going on elections for the greater good of all, criticizes Miko.
Chief executive of the Christian Medical Fellowship Dr Peter Saunders has said: "It is a tragedy that British scientists have wasted so much time, money and energy exploring the dead-end street of embryonic stem cell research".
It is understood a car in which McFarlane was travelling had turned into a dead-end street off the Newtownards Road while being pursued by police.
Despite lush photography and an attractive cast, this misbegotten mess risks suffering the same fate at the box office that befalls its heroine on her dead-end street.
Six people were living in the building on a dead-end street.
Finally, the mad motorist literally vanished down a dead-end street in Kensington and was seen no more.