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    nowhere
    [ noun ]
    1. an insignificant place

    2. <noun.state>
      he came out of nowhere
    [ adv ]
    1. not anywhere; in or at or to no place

    2. <adv.all>
      I am going nowhere


    Nowhere \No"where`\, adv. [AS. n[=a]hw[=ae]r. See {No}, and
    {Where}.]
    Not anywhere; not in any place or state; as, the book is
    nowhere to be found.

    1. His tough, pulpy literature was filled with neurotics, psychotics and con men trying to paper over their nowhere lives with big schemes.
    2. It had nowhere else to go.
    3. "People can label me a loony and the idea may go nowhere," he said. "But people have a right to know they can have more sunlight in the afternoon." The preacher wears jeans and a western shirt.
    4. White voters sent mixed messages to the governing National Party, but one point was clear: The government will get nowhere trying to please both reformists and racists.
    5. Yet nowhere in that paperwork is there an explanation for how the knapsack ended up in the Sussys' backyard.
    6. "In a way, I felt good," 12-year-old Joshua said of the chance to leave Bethel. "In a way I felt bad, because there were some kids who did not have homes, didn't have nowhere to go.
    7. But many other companies are going nowhere.' There is no single route to success.
    8. "I grew up in the middle of nowhere," the 34-year-old Stormare said recently, describing the small Swedish village of Arbro where he was raised. "It was football or drinking wine and beer or going around in cars.
    9. He says his compensation, like the money he wires between countries, "just appears in bank accounts, like out of nowhere."
    10. "The future for this entire family of products is nowhere near its peak," believes Mr. Nelson.
    11. Since the Challenger explosion a year ago, the U.S. space program has been like an elderly turtle on its back: It twitches feebly every now and then, but gets nowhere.
    12. "We were going nowhere," recalls Albert Peter, a founder who still serves as a vice president.
    13. Where the effort has gotten nowhere is with CBS News and the Environmental Protection Agency.
    14. "There is very little sentiment for continuing on this path for (budget) summit meetings that go nowhere," Rep. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., said after meeting with other grumbling Democrats on Wednesday.
    15. Many say the market has nowhere to go but up.
    16. Military aid for the Contras and the overthrowal of the present government of Nicaragua has been a major crusade of the journalistic right in this country in recent years, nowhere more so than on these pages.
    17. There is a feeling, both in civilian society and in the armed forces, that 50 years of continued zigzagging from civilian to military rule have gotten Argentina nowhere.
    18. "There's nowhere to ride bikes at home so we can't have them," said one boy.
    19. "You can't go nowhere without somebody wanting to beat you down or shoot you.
    20. "Advocates of free-of-charge concessions will find out that this policy will lead them nowhere," Habash said in a full-page interview with the leftist Beirut newspaper As-Safir.
    21. Along the way, we had very tentative JOA discussions with the Evening News Association that led nowhere.
    22. The spread was about two percentage points in the last half of 1987; it has narrowed this year, but is nowhere near recession territory.
    23. But what he enunciated as a form of government was not in itself especially Christian, for nowhere in the Bible is the word democracy mentioned.
    24. Shrontz said he had hoped excess workers could be transferred to work on the B-2 Stealth bomber, but B2 work was slowed as part of defense-budget cutbacks, leaving the extra commercial jet workers nowhere to go.
    25. The army-backed president said at the weekend a political dialogue with Islamic Salvation Front (FIS) chiefs had gone nowhere.
    26. "Before the (trade) numbers, we're clearly going nowhere," said Stephen Leach, a currency analyst at Chemical Bank in New York.
    27. "It's really a nowhere market at the moment," said Alan Birkensleigh, a senior trader at A.C. Goode & Co. in Sydney.
    28. "Without money, you're going nowhere in the political arena in this country," the late Teamsters president told the AFL-CI0 when he brought his union back into the labor federation a year ago.
    29. Or do you actively work as I've been doing to persuade Americans of the value and legitimacy of the Canadian position." "We were nowhere in 1980 and in 1984, and we're slowly but surely trying to move it along," he said.
    30. Oil workers, nowhere near as radical as the coal miners, will likely stay on the job, Soviet experts predict, even though Mr. Yeltsin has called on people from every walk of life there to oppose the new leaders through civil disobedience.
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