When the collision of ideas comes from different perspectives, demographics, and mindsets, the result can be “aha.”
Any collision,” Cronkite remembered, “would probably [have] set off a chain explosion, wiping out the squadron.
A collision over land—really over grass for food and drinking water—becomes a collision over religion and identity.
Leslie H. Gelb on why neither nation has thought through the consequences of a collision.
The collision of politics, gender, and sexuality can be a nasty one for female candidates.
"I hope there will be no collision between Rita and Mrs. Yeoman," laughed Dick.
Fortunately for that fellow too,' said Tip, 'or he and I might have come into collision.'
Waves of all sizes impinge upon them, and at every collision a portion of the impinging wave is struck off.
You do not anticipate a collision because you are a brave man.
The steersman whirled his wheel swiftly in the apparent endeavor to avert a collision.