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Sudan has been plagued by years of political instability, which has prevented tourism from gaining traction.
Another dark horse, Tennessee Senator Al Gore, was finding little traction in his efforts to become a centrist alternative.
He gained little traction as George W. Bush consumed all the political oxygen.
At the very least, this line of attack should have been started last week to give it a chance to gain traction.
The hashtag quickly gained traction (it was used more than 100,000 times on Twitter in the subsequent two days).Harsh Truths About Domestic Violence: Why Voicing Terrible Experiences Can Help Others|Lizzie Crocker|September 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Electric tramcars, in supersession of horse-traction, run through the city and suburbs since April 10, 1905.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
Telephones are now in use in all large centres, and electric lighting and traction are far more widely used than in England.Spanish Life in Town and Country|L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street
"Uncle Randolph had ten thousand dollars' worth of traction company bonds," said Dick.
"We can make sure of that point by sending word to the traction company offices," answered Dick.
"That rascal Merrick, one of the two men who stole my uncle's traction company bonds," explained Dick.