That's why they continue to dig and have not brought a case now more than a year after the firm's implosion.
After the implosion of the project, Harris relocated to a commercial apple orchard in upstate New York.
Business seminars could use the Ford implosion as a case study to show the need to remain agile and change with the times.
And even traditional Hollywood, in the wake of his 2006 implosion, didn't totally give up on him.
But these stories always end the same way, with the implosion of the would-be demagogue.
Grimm inquired if there had even been “unreconciled differences” prior to the implosion.
“What he saw as an implosion was really a simple reinvention: almost a commercial for Kevin Smith 2.0,” the director wrote.
The surest sign of the star's implosion: he's become best friends with baseball has-been Lenny Dykstra.
The risk of implosion is greater than the rewards of being right.
More important, her implosion prompted voters look at John McCain and ask: What in the hell was that guy thinking?
And to show how entire the neglect and confusion have been, they speak in the same breath of all these explosions, and of the explosion of a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen, the result of which, instead of being a gas or an enlargement of bulk, a positive quantity, is a negative one. It is a vacuum, in a popular sense, because the produce is water. The result is an implosion (to coin a word), not an explosion .... ["Gas-light," "Westminster Review," October 1829]In early use often in reference to effect of deep sea pressures, or in phonetics. Figurative sense is by 1960.
implosion im·plo·sion (ĭm-plō'zhən)
A type of behavior therapy in which the patient is repeatedly subjected to anxiety-arousing stimuli while the therapist attempts to extinguish the patient's anxiety and anxious behavior and replace them with more appropriate responses.
A bursting inward rather than outward.