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There is no more challenging quest than the search for the real truth at the core of a chosen subject.
At last they drew up with great ceremony before the Military Headquarters, where there was more challenging, by more guards.
Their self-constitution takes place in practical experiences more rewarding and more challenging than political activism.
The worse they felt the more he gloated, and the more challenging became his satisfaction.
The more he contemplated it in the golden sunshine of this new day, the more evil and the more challenging it appeared.
She, Peter, thrust willy-nilly into the bolder, more challenging position.
We forecasted the readers of the future, who would prefer the more spiritual, more challenging story texture and dénouement.