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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Rogers said there has been no headway in the investigation of his shooting.
But making further headway is stymied by the nature of the problem.
To be sure, consumers are making some, limited headway against unwanted robocalls.
The Obama administration made headway toward those ends, including creating better family facilities.
Their negotiators, who have been at work with US officials since January, have made headway on creating a supplemental agreement to the Iran deal that would address Trump's concerns.
The Lady Hornets scored their first run at the top of the third inning but otherwise did not make any headway against the Lady Pirates until the fourth inning when the team took a 9-5 lead.
After seeing defending World Cup champion Germany go down on Sunday, opportunity is knocking for Sweden or South Korea to make early headway in Group F play in Russia.
The brand clearly cares about making headway into tennis—perhaps the sport where on-court outfits are most like what regular folks wear off-court—and there’s no better way than signing the sport’s most beloved player.
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