With that thought in his heart, Richard Turlington wound his way through the streets by the river-side, and stopped at a blind alley
called Green Anchor Lane, infamous to this day as the chosen resort of the most abandoned wretches whom London can produce.
Offenders against the revenue laws, and defaulters to excise or customs who had incurred fines which they were unable to pay, were supposed to be incarcerated behind an iron-plated door closing up a second prison, consisting of a strong cell or two, and a blind alley
some yard and a half wide, which formed the mysterious termination of the very limited skittle-ground in which the Marshalsea debtors bowled down their troubles.
Addressing a press conference here Tuesday, he said PTI chief was pushing his party to a blind alley
As a consequence Nawaz Sharif had also walked into a blind alley
of his own.
In the song Boniadi raps, "This ain't no road to freedom / It's a blind alley
, like Kirstie Alley / Travolta, and Cruise, but we ain't no fools," the Huffington Post reported.
ISLAMABAD -- Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry remarked Friday Balochistan issue would have to be sorted out before entering into a blind alley
Adam Smith, of Kirkcaldy, pointed out in 1776 that we all benefit from free trade and that, by inference, protectionism is a blind alley
Birmingham Mail BUNGLING would-be robbers thwarted in their bid to raid a bookmakers in Birmingham fled down a blind alley
They sped into a blind alley
, narrowly missing pedestrians and hitting three parked cars, said witnesses.
And with tax cuts, tough talk on immigration and ranting about Europe, he's heading up a blind alley
The French fly-half led the Welsh region down a blind alley
as they suffered their fourth defeat in six matches after a dreadful second-half display.
The Government's own advisors have since admitted that the research led up a blind alley
When I spoke out honestly and said what I thought, I was able to drive him into a blind alley
Along the way, the development of ideas often takes a wrong turn down a blind alley
Here is Havel in a 1984 essay called "Thriller": "I am unwilling to believe that this whole civilization is no more than a blind alley
of history and a fatal error of the human spirit.