The political system with absolutely no external assistance has on its own walked into a blind alley
Once England's reply to West Indies' 426 was given substance by Pietersen (78) and Bell (76no) in a stumps total of 221 for five, this contest was headed down a blind alley
Sadly the 'shop' link is a blind alley
at the moment - I want a Hogmaneigh cruet set.
They sped into a blind alley
, narrowly missing pedestrians and hitting three parked cars, said witnesses.
A patrolman pal of mine bad an armed dope dealer cornered in an inky-black blind alley
The "camera" cuts trail after trail, but each seems to lead to a blind alley
, and the trails close behind us.
During its Presidency, Germany will also address the Open Sky dossier with the United States, which appears to be up something of a blind alley
When you go up a blind alley
, you've got to recognize it, back up, keep moving and never look back.
He succeeded only in leading his forces into a blind alley
Signposted by the towering chimney, the courtyard hovers between being an intimate domestic space and blind alley
, blurring the distinction between private and public realms.
This company bypassed that blind alley
and has emerged as an industry leader.
When I spoke out honestly and said what I thought, I was able to drive him into a blind alley
Dissidents at an SNP national council meeting argued devolution was a blind alley
on the path to independence.
Along the way, the development of ideas often takes a wrong turn down a blind alley