down the track

down the track

At an unspecified future point in time; down the line. If, down the track, you find you still aren't understanding the course, feel free to contact me and we'll go over the material one-on-one.
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I might be walking down the track to the water-tank to lie in wait for a passing freight-train, when I would chance upon a bunch of "alki-stiffs.
With long bounds the huge black creature was leaping down the track, following hard upon the footsteps of our friend.
He started down the track, and when he was past the gate-keeper's shanty he sprang forward and swung himself on to one of the cars.
He was hesitating which to choose, when he suddenly beheld two people coming towards him, down the track which lay most to his right.
I had made up my mind that if you didn't come for me to-night I'd go down the track to that big wild cherry-tree at the bend, and climb up into it to stay all night.
After some time, the driver walked to the back of the train, started the train up, and we travelled back down the track to Bedworth station.
The Dubai Police had to call in a crane to remove a car from a tramway track after its driver drove down the track early on Sunday.
All of these disputes are coming down the track in the early autumn.
4 in January, business expectations for six months down the track slid to 108.
YOUR news report on the model railway shop in Smithdown Road took me back down the track of time (ECHO, December 19).
It will be a proud moment for me going down the track at what I consider one of the great stadiums in football.
The Englishman's Dreyer and Reinbold Racing car was launched over the back of Ryan Hunter-Reay before smashing into the fencing and disintegrating as it rolled down the track upside down.
TheRovosRailtripfromCape Town, with 59 passengers on board, was close to its destination in Pretoria when the 17 luxury carriages rolled down the track during a change from an electric to a steam engine.
Pendleton had earlier seen off Anna Meares - winner of two of Australia's five gold medals so far - 2-0 in the semi-finals despite the second race having to be restarted after Pendleton lost grip and ended up on her back, sliding down the track.
But expansion of coverage will only get the state so far down the track of health reform without passage of equally critical recommendations that would begin to contain costs and improve quality.