“All of the engine design programs-such as COBRA, STME-were also dead-ends.”
“But watching trolls like Ed tie themselves up in knots to get out of their rhetorical and logical dead-ends is one of the great pleasures of this blog!”
“He began his search in 1907, but encountered countless setbacks and dead-ends before he finally, uncovered the long-lost crypt.”
“Subtract a few who are dead-ends — such as John McCain, who faces a tough primary in Arizona — and that leaves the White House zeroing in on several others, including Dick Lugar, Judd Gregg and Lisa Murkowski and a couple of newcomers: Scott Brown and George LeMieux.”
“Both proved dead-ends: his aspiration to star in football ended with an injury and "then I was back to being nobody again"; his hopes to star as a * Green Beret in Vietnam* dissolved after he fell out of a”
“For example, not all artworks can be viewed in high-quality detail--Google, and the museums, have decided for you--and as not all rooms in the museums have been mapped, users can sometimes run into dead-ends, unable to move forward into the next gallery.”
“So after a fortnight's search, waylaid by whispers, clouded memories and dead-ends, we have photographic proof of King Olav at Selhurst Park.”
“Part of writing this book felt like detective work 101, just following every lead, most of them being dead-ends since I'm dragging up a case that was closed a half a century ago.”
“However, on the specific question of how many published studies should be replicated, an answer other than “100%” is quite defensible: some published experiments are dead-ends (research questions that should not be pursued further), and some are just bad experiments (experimental designs that in hindsight were deeply flawed).”
“To head off this malaise Gates urged the cadets to take career risks, taking assignments that in the past might have been seen by their peers as career dead-ends.”
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