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I had my doubts, but I knew I could neither lead him the remaining way in front through the bush nor could I continue to follow over the unnavigable terrain, and so I shrugged and climbed up.
That the steepness of many streets made them unnavigable was solved by another innovation, Andrew Smith Hallidie's grip cable car, which pulls men and machine up, up, up slopes that hooves can't handle.
Despite her plucky efforts to make sense of them, Alice's dream worlds remain utterly capricious and unnavigable.
claimed that the arc of the moral universe is long, but bends towards justice, I can't help but imagine that, much like the New Jersey highway system, it is long and bendy, often unnavigable, and set to turn you around in the wrong direction.
The supply craft is to remain docked with the ISS until October 28, when it will be deorbited and sunk in an unnavigable part of the Pacific Ocean.
If you just keep adding information, pages and elements to your website without prioritizing and streamlining, you'll create an unnavigable behemoth that will drive away visitors.
Quirks such as these, however, are not unnavigable, and do not distract from the overall thrust or conviction of the text.
This international waterway, shared by the South German states, the Habsburg Monarchy, and the Ottoman Empire together with its tributary vassal principalities, Serbia and Romania, was a potentially lucrative export route, but was unnavigable for much of its lower lengths.
Swift unnavigable waters, swinging screaming baboons, sleeping snakes, red gums ready for their sweet white blood.
While the diversity of groups and organizations connected to disability and medical needs may seem more unnavigable than helpful, increasingly, there are both efforts at coordination and finding tools that allow families to use organizations as a means to access information and support for their participation.
Were we to do so, it would make the space inside the Arabian Gulf so constricted that it would be unnavigable.