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Students who write proofs for the first time can have trouble knowing what they need and understanding the logical structure.
On city streets, they can be more trouble than they’re worth.
“If we’re selecting for animals that produce more without having a way to cool off, we’re going to run into trouble,” she says.
In primary elections over the last few months, states that rapidly expanded mail voting often had trouble delivering ballots to voters on time.
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A prominent North County Republican shouldn’t have this much trouble.
The man, who court documents describe as a small, older man who has trouble standing, was in his wheelchair and holding a cup of water to take his medicine with.
When the researchers swapped the order of the first few spots’ activity, the mice had more trouble identifying the smell than they did when the spots toward the end of the sequence were changed.
With no money coming in, those people have had trouble paying bills.
When I was a kid, in rural upstate New York, when somebody was in trouble they’d call their neighbor, and their neighbor would call their neighbor, and pretty soon everybody within ten miles knew you needed help.
If that is his policy, then this country is going to be in a lot of trouble.

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