Tomorrow night, when President Obama unveils his Afghanistan strategy to the nation, these parallel debates will collide.
After that, on his way to the airport, Kerry got a firsthand look at the way “passion” and “practicalities” collide.
The situation could lead to a serious accident where an airliner might collide with a Russian bomber.
National Taco Day and National Vodka Day collide to inspire one amazing dinner party menu.
When either side will not collide, it is an axiom of controversy that it desires to prevent the truth from being elicited.
She had known Reed long enough not to be likely to collide with any of his prejudices.
They will break into one or two or more large masses, which are ultimately very likely to collide and become one.
We don't want to run into a rock, or collide with something.
And when the two collide, "shocks and throes and convulsions must continually follow."
And her turning so unexpectedly caused me to collide with her sharply.