Matters got a little dicier
when we tried the wireless installation.
Things get even dicier
when two days later a dead body is found in the theater.
Myth #7, "Cryonics Conflicts with Religion," seems unlikely, as those who believe in an all-perfcet heaven would most likely prefer just to die and go there rather than keep their fingers crossed for all-perfect reanimation, the odds of which are much dicier
For hundreds of billions of student loans spread out for decades, the math gets a little dicier
The heart condition tested in the trial stopped last week "was a much dicier
indication" for the use of the drug, said Steven Nissen, head of cardiology at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.
Separately, the once smooth path for Senate ratification of a major nuclear arms control agreement with Russia is looking a little dicier
The pressure's not the same for Roger because he's broken every record and that makes it a little dicier
and tricker for guys who haven't won.
The controversies I've just mentioned are at the sequence level, but things get even dicier
when we delve into DNA's three-dimensional structure.
The same question asked of a power-conferring rule of unspecified scope, like the one seen in Pamajewon, is conceptually even dicier
With the better-established remedies already taken by his first book, Gottlieb settles for somewhat dicier
recommendations in Alternative Cures.
If that occurs, it would go to the House, where Holvey said things are dicier
So politically, cardio-PACS is much dicier
than going enterprise-wide with radiology.
Chad Billingsley, whose first scheduled start on Wednesday night was shortened to 20 pitches by dicey weather and even dicier
managing, finished the game for Kuroda in lieu of his normal, between-starts side session.
It has become dicier
these days to pinpoint the costs of grains and other commodities.
The league handpicked the bureau's top administrators, but lower-level recruitment was dicier