Examples of headway in a Sentence
the ant was making little headway carrying a crumb that was about five times his size
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But his civil rights complaint, at least so far, has made zero headway.
Three days of talks in Brussels wrapped up with little headway on the most important issues, in particular on how to prevent a hard Irish border, according to an EU official.
The museum staff, Merrill said, is also making headway by creating new revenue streams.
But despite calling civil engineer Dan Hejl of Austin, San Antonio City Councilman Manny Pelaez and San Antonio lawyer Jane Macon to the stand for questioning, Jonas made no headway.
But Tuesday’s report shows that headway in establishing a viable army and police force capable of securing the country against insurgents has become far from steady.
While the company made some legal headway, various federal agencies weighed in to say that buying RD-180s was fine.
Little or no headway was made on the teachers’ broader demands for a restoration of prior education funding cuts, to be paid for by a rollback of the tax cuts that the GOP has regularly enacted in this deep-red state.
The win provides headway for New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and his counterpart in Massachusetts, Maura Healey, to finish their investigations, which have been delayed by legal wrangling.
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