“Although if we are going to face a Matthew-as-Lazarus moment and for Mary's sake, I wouldn't oppose it entirely, then that would sum up one of the biggest flaws of this series: we keep being led down culs-de-sac that then turn out to be false.”
“One might imagine culs-de-sac being converted to faux Main Streets, or McMansion developments being bulldozed and reforested or turned into parks.”
“And high-rises are culs-de-sac: two thousand people jammed together in the air … (tags: Ballardian Ballard architecture highrise interview urbanism crime) [...]”
“And high-rises are culs-de-sac: two thousand people jammed together in the air …”
“Any attempt to go backwards steers you into barriers and culs-de-sac, and if you jumped over them youd encounter a rabid three-headed dog.”
“Its talented preservation and community-planning experts should be offered the chance to devise a land-use approach that revives charming old neighborhood patterns rather than producing alienating culs-de-sac or artificial quaintness.”
“Along came sterile housing tracts set in isolating culs-de-sac, and shopping centers whose only ties to localities were the dollars of local consumers.”
“The word may also be applied to narrow streets or culs-de-sac between major streets.”
“Now they are parted by a pencil, then by a flood of silvery splendour; while under the projecting cornices and the huge hanging-windows of fantastic wood-work, supported by gigantic corbels, and deep verandahs, and gateways vast enough for Behemoth to pass through, and blind wynds and long culs-de-sac, lie patches of thick darkness, made visible by the dimmest of oil lights.”
“It contains between fifty and sixty streets, including the alleys and culs-de-sac.”
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