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This attitude of the scientific world toward these problematical occurrences is quite comprehensible.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
Accordingly, merchants prefer a representative currency, even though its representative character be somewhat problematical.
Probably for this reason the "delivery" of the labor vote by the Federation has ever been so largely problematical.
Wallace's plays are more or less problematical and Maud has invested a good deal of her money in this.
THE BEAUTYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
During part of the march up rations had been short, and for a number of days were very problematical.
Oil and gas wells are problematical as to the length of time they will yield their products.
Several alternatives to this rather problematical interpretation could be suggested.
PREHISTORIC MANW. L. H. DUCKWORTH
How long I shall remain is problematical, as I have not yet completed my investigation of the Lepidoptera of tropical countries.
BEE AND BUTTERFLYLUCY FOSTER MADISON
If only he could lay hands on them they might be made to serve again but the darkness would make this problematical.
EAGLES OF THE SKYAMBROSE NEWCOMB
The new ideal was the woman who would unite beauty and intellect into one fully integrated, non-problematical personality.
THE BRAINALEXANDER BLADE

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