The Tory Party is leading us down
the road to becoming a second-rate country and a vassal state of the USA.
"We keep moving forward, opening new doors and doing new things," the legendary Walt Disney said long ago, "because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down
I told the Labour leader that I believe we have in common the understanding that the UK Government are leading us down
a road to economic disaster.
Labelled obscene, they became a media sensation and were seized upon by social commentators as a symbol of technology leading us down
an immoral path.
Labelled obscene, Video Nasties, as they were dubbed, became a media sensation and were seized upon by social commentators as a symbol of technology leading us down
an immoral path.
By mindlessly sticking to it, they seem to be leading us down
a path of tension, conflict and, perhaps, even war.
But if instead he is interested in enhancing US global competitiveness, he seems to be on track to quickly leading us down
and curiosity keeps leading us down
new paths," Matthew Loew's presentation, "Model-Based Systems Engineering Requirements from a User's Perspective," will discuss the real-world engineering and cultural challenges, lessons learned, and business opportunities in implementing a Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach at WDI.
After discovering one another in a library in the title poem, Melvis and Elvis are soon leading us down
"a secret path / Called POETRY." We clap, jump and skip in rhythmic accompaniment to Lee's wonderful poetic nonsense, rhymes and chants--from Sloppy Joe slurping up a bug along with his gumbo, to Mister Kim chasing mice after teaching his cat to run the store and to all the delightful otamuses in "The Notapotamus."
UCS worries that the process repeating itself is only leading us down
the path of plants evolving quickly to overcome our defenses however technically brilliant they may be.
Life sometimes takes twists and turns, leading us down
paths we don't expect.
Indeed, the NHTSA's statement reaches for our emotions ("critical safety information", "information we need to save more lives") as officials often do when leading us down
on a slippery slope.
"They're police at every door leading us down
this way, this way.
Isn't he leading us down
the road to socialism--a world of death panels and Kafkaesque bureaucracy, confiscatory taxation and supercentralism?