Quandary sentence examples

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  • When summer comes along then, most men are thrown into a quandary.

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  • Packing for a vacation is a necessary evil before the fun begins, but knowing what cruise wear to include can improve the luggage quandary immensely.

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  • This was such a profound and lovely meaning that I was left in a real quandary.

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  • quandary of police reform in Northern Ireland.

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  • This offers itself as precisely the sort of PC quandary that Anthony Browne highlights in his slim volume.

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  • Europe 's persistent reluctance puts the Turks in a quandary.

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  • Europe's persistent reluctance puts the Turks in a quandary.

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  • In the 1980s, I found myself in a similar quandary.

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  • No such quandary for Geoff Jackson's Sprint, entered in class eight for its trials debut.

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  • (30th of January 1649) left the extreme party in a quandary.

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  • Far less scrutiny, however, has been paid to an equally fundamental strategic quandary created by the switch from sail to steam.

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  • This offers itself as precisely the sort of pc quandary that Anthony Browne highlights in his slim volume.

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  • Education Quandary Published: 01 September 2005 What is the best way of preventing independent Islamic schools fostering separatism and hatred?

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  • Grasping the nettle There is no simple resolution to the quandary of police reform in Northern Ireland.

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  • What I've just found out is that someone who came with me from Earth has been put in an ethical quandary.

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  • Commenting on the findings Andy Bond, Managing Director of ECT, said: These findings clearly pose a quandary for councils.

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  • What I 've just found out is that someone who came with me from Earth has been put in an ethical quandary.

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  • Along comes the Christianisation of the empire and the church has a quandary, does n't it?

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  • quandary created by the switch from sail to steam.

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  • Stamp duty on UK share transactions, a British rarity, presents a typical quandary.

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  • Along comes the Christianisation of the empire and the church has a quandary, doesn't it?

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  • Is the ' appropriate ' case to be every case where the trial judge cannot resolve the medical quandary presented to the requisite standard?

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