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discouraging through fear

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But isn't every game daunting at the moment for Newcastle?
More importantly, they motivated him to keep fighting and not give up the daunting struggle to remain active and productive, despite his 'hopeless' condition.
SUSAN STRETTON: It can be slightly daunting especially if you are body conscious.
Bungee jumping is seen as less daunting than changing current accounts by one in eight people
London: England made a cautious start to their second innings after being set a daunting 293-run target to make New Zealand bat again in the first Test at University Oval on Saturday.
Giving evidence can be daunting for everyone but this is especially true of children and young people," said Chris Ruane, MP for Vale of Clwyd.
It was something people felt was daunting, but nothing's daunting once you have done it three times.
Equally daunting to them is the exploding inventory of new units, and the pipeline of future product to follow.
The gold strike brought ordinary 'lower 48' residents to a new home--and many daunting new challenges: EMPIRE'S EDGE traces their transitions and changes.
It can be a daunting responsibility for programmers to create software that serves a unique function and that works consistently.
MAKING SURE THAT YOU HAVE ALL THE PUBLICATIONS YOU NEED TO MAINTAIN YOUR EQUIPMENT CAN BE A DAUNTING TASK .
The David in this case is David Hernandez, a San Fernando Valley community activist with a passion for daunting challenges.
One of the most daunting aspects of patent litigation in the United States is the discovery process.
If you are already a Mac person, no problems, but meeting the technical requirements for using this screen with a PC is daunting, and likely not worthwhile