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Washington faces a similar quandary in Year 2 of its rebuild under Rivera.
Character, the UC Berkeley graduate, faced a similar quandary when Amazon offered her a job even before she had graduated from college.
True authenticity, however, requires showing the bad along with the good, and that presents a quandary.
Maybe put into perspective the way you’re looking at that sort of quandary.
With sympathies divided, the player is faced with a series of devastating moral quandaries.
THE 10 BEST VIDEO GAMES OF 2020ALEX FITZPATRICKNOVEMBER 20, 2020TIME
At its best, audio drama can be one of the most rewarding workarounds to the theater field’s pandemic quandary, allowing listeners’ imaginations to fill in visuals more richly than a computer image might.
In his quandary, he heard a step without and looking up saw Pete in the open door.
THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLSHAROLD BELL WRIGHT
Here again he was in a quandary, for except for a word or two of ordinary use he could understand no Zulu.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
"I was attacked about four miles up the road by a tremendous sixty-pound Quandary, and I was nearly killed," said the major.
IN CAMP WITH A TIN SOLDIERJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
What put Matt in a quandary, however, was the fact that he could not reconcile his present surroundings with the Crescent.

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