Setback sentence example

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  • It's a process, and sometimes you will have a setback.
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  • David Palmer has had a very serious setback to his career.
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  • If relapse should happen, don't think you can't quit; it's just a temporary setback.
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  • Rallying Chants are used to help re-focus the crowd after team has suffered a setback.
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  • If you're not familiar with Axion, it may be because the brand suffered a setback after its glory days in the 1990s.
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  • The Soviet Union encountered the same setback in Somalia and the Sudan.
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  • The decline in our vote represents a real setback for our project of transforming society.
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  • The injuries, he added, had been only a temporary setback.
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  • Despite this setback, there are still some remnants of 12th century stonework.
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  • Family strife is a setback that can upset the developmental progress of any child, especially one that faces the extraordinary challenges of a developmental disability.
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  • That the shows merely demonstrated the political impotence of those American idols was a major setback.
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  • This latest embarrassing setback follows news last month that well testing at another Siberian field would be delayed due to melting permafrost.
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  • The 3rd XI 's own title hopes suffered a setback with defeat at home to Chester Boughton Hall.
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  • The Thudichum doctrine remained triumphant and the Australian wine industry suffered a fourteen-year setback as a result.
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  • The setback of 7th June encouraged the Irish to concentrate on making a decisive breakthrough along the southern side of the castle.
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  • Gareth Hutchison and Kevin McLeish have been scoring freely and Berwick's sole setback was 3-0 at Aberdeen in the CIS Cup last midweek.
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  • In 1941 the work of the virus hunters received a potentially fatal setback.
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  • A major setback for Julie in week 3 Disaster has struck for Julie in her third week of training.
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  • That way you scoop up plenty of shares cheaply with each market setback, ensuring you make a decent profit in the long run.
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  • At the same time, to whatever cause this serious setback of Minoan civilization was owing, it would be very unsafe to infer as yet any large displacement of the original inhabitants by the invading swarms from the mainland or elsewhere.
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  • It is not uninstructive to note that as the same year 1868 witnessed a setback in both Croatia and Serbia, so the same year 1903 marks a parallel revival in national consciousness in both countries, coincident with the fall of Khuen-Hedervary and the removal of the Obrenovic dynasty.
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  • The industry, seriously crippled by invasions of British troops during the War of American Independence - especially by a force which landed at Holmes's Hole (Vineyard Haven) in September 1778 - and again during the War of 1812, revived and was at its height in 1840-1850, only to receive another setback during the Civil War.
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  • After an excellent performance last year our unlisted portfolio suffered from the sharp setback in technology markets and the value fell by 16.3 %.
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  • Undaunted by the setback of the previous year the 'Fenians ' renewed their attempts to organize a rising in Ireland.
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  • The 3rd XI's own title hopes suffered a setback with defeat at home to Chester Boughton Hall.
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  • A serious setback for the government was last month 's acquittal of Andrew Meldrum, correspondent of the Guardian and The Observer.
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  • The important thing is to make sure that you are fully covered no matter what happens so that a setback does not halt your career entirely.
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  • Any setback, any stumbling blocks - these are all easily pushed away by Aries.
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