obstacle course

obstacle course

And the old streets, while no longer smelly or sinister, are so clogged with vehicles that the pedestrian once again runs an obstacle course.

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The results of obstacle detection and avoidance experiments demonstrate that the robot can successfully navigate the obstacle course using symbolic processing control.

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By rewarding both forward movement and the correct responses to left and right whisker stimuli, rats can be steered through a slalom or obstacle course.

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The result is that companies will be put through the most formidable bureaucratic obstacle course.

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There is what seems to be a constant obstacle course for the direct works organisations.

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It is like going over an obstacle course to get near the train.

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After a year or so, a fuller amount may be offered to those customers who have survived the obstacle course.

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She was unimpressed because it was slow, cumbersome, difficult to access and an obstacle course.

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It is like an obstacle course for people who are trying to handle their problems and deal with their conditions.

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We should make it easier for them to register rather than create an obstacle course for them.

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The aid we provide should be rapid and based on solidarity, and it should not be held up by a bureaucratic obstacle course.

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For many people, getting in and out of and around their home is like negotiating an obstacle course.

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It is an obstacle course in human, physical, spiritual and mental endurance.

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We should not make people go round a great obstacle course —we should be opening the doors wide so that people can go straight through.

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I refer now to the "obstacle course" about which the most wild stories have been circulated.

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