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Therefore, it will be difficult to withdraw from this quagmire except in the US and Soviet sense.
THE SOURCE: "America's Quagmire Mentality" by Dominic Tierney, in Survival, Winter 2007-08.
I live on Broadwell Road in Easterside and, like every other vehicle owner on this road, I have to endure the crossing of a 6ft piece of quagmire, mud and watery puddles - laughingly called a grass verge - that runs the full length on both sides.
If you are as ready as I am to be airlifted out of the quagmire of deceptive initiative campaign advertising, then let your state senator know.
I am afraid, however, that you have fallen into a legal and semantic quagmire in your discussion of abortion legislation.
The world people now believe that the West, specially the US, is now mired in the quagmires of Iraq and Afghanistan and is desperately seeking a way out of this quagmire.
Storm water running out of two large culverts under Avenue P flows into their neighborhood, turning dirt roads into quagmires and threatening to flood their homes, they say, but they get no help from city officials.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The US is now mired in the quagmires of Iraq and Afghanistan and is desperately seeking a way out of this quagmire, Iranian Education Minister Hamid Reza Haji-Babayee said.