She utilized it because she realized it was the only way past the dead-end trails.
A yellow, ivy-covered house on a dead-end street in Newark, Delaware.
And the Irish Republican movement was still engaged in armed struggle but looking to find a way out of that dead-end.
Her father is about to return, and his storyline—long a bit of a dead-end as well—will eventually wrap up, I imagine.
What they have done is taken a small neighborhood with dead-end streets and turned it into a medical neighborhood.
Just about the stuffiest, dullest, dead-end in the universe.
There is very little traffic across the frontier, so that Bridgetown station is a sort of dead-end.
But to nurse back to health a man who was to be court-martialled and shot, truly that seemed a dead-end occupation.
Thirty-five years old and working a dead-end job like this—Sammy was thirty-five.
When he had neared the top he suddenly seemed to reach a dead-end; the stones were smooth above him.