Thesaurus / challenge


The federal government reacted by increasing prison sentences, making it harder to challenge wrongful convictions, enabling police searches and seizures, and enacting strict criminal codes.
That concept—of delineating work and home as the two spaces coalesce—is ultimately the challenge of videoconferencing during a pandemic.
It’s unclear if the union will challenge that start date if its criteria aren’t met.
For that reason, the researchers still like the idea of an iron patch, and they describe some research identifying the challenges and working toward solutions.
What we have learned is to work collaboratively like never before, to challenge our thinking, and to accelerate the drug development process.
We ought to take quite a place in the county, and challenge other schools for matches.
With both it was “To do or die,” and each can feel that none, save his rival, can challenge supremacy in war-like exploit.
My father,” says Judith, in challenge, “was a very good man.
Ben then printed a challenge in the papers, in which he offered to fight Allen for two thousand five hundred dollars a side.
Under the circumstances they had expected and even hoped their challenge would be declined.


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