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These problems will exercise all the ingenuity and strength that Lombard Street can muster.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
Our nicely worked out system for supplying the troops has in a moment been tangled up into a hundred knotty problems.
Further, it may be doubted if the true conditions of the problem, or problems, involved have even yet been adequately realised.
Probably she had never heard of the grindstone, or the sheep, and could not work out the problems if she had.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
Of all the great problems and precious interests which belong to me as a mortal or immortal being, science knows nothing.
The meetings were held secretly behind closed doors because of the grave problems which the convention had to solve.
While Jefferson as President was solving national problems, his home state was solving problems, too.
The navigation of the air approaches it in character, but does not present the vital problems of undersea travel.
Ieupardyes, hazards, critical positions, problems; see note on Cant.
Scattergood did not discuss this problem with Mandy, his wife, as it was his custom to discuss business problems.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND

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