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a situation from which extrication is difficult especially an unpleasant or trying one

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Our subscribers and clients asked me to embark on a blog that is focused on the people, process, and predicament many of us face each day.
NNA - April 8, 2012 - Minister of the Interior Marwan Charbel, expressed optimism over a resurrected Lebanon capable of sidestepping its present predicament.
This thriller from the author of The Face on the Milk Carton and other novels for YAs incorporates lots of information on smallpox and its history, and readers will enjoy the suspense as Mitty first realizes his predicament and then must battle the terrorists.
And the Israelis, of course, are trapped in a predicament of their own.
It took more than 20 years of life experience for me to comprehend the horrible predicament my molester had created for me.
Golden compares it to the predicament of gay black men: "You can either be black in the gay world or gay in the black community.
A moderately exaggerated view of one's coping skills and prospects helps people with serious physical illnesses adjust to their predicament, according to one body of work.
Joel Ward, President of Learn:Forex has this to say, "Most baby-boomers in their 50's are in a predicament about their financial future.
Kirk Albanese, who will head the North Valley facility, acknowledged that the station will operate with a lean force, but said the city's fiscal predicament prevents the LAPD from hiring many officers.
Learning of the predicament, the three teens have launched a drive to raise funds for a new electric device.
If at first Onyx seems a bit flip with regard to Jesse's predicament the dying man seems to take his illness and Ray's active extramarital sex life in stride--this lush novel deepens as Jesse registers AIDS double assault against him: After surviving many familial and social obstacles, Jesse must accept not only his own imminent death but also Ray's ambitious sexual journey and future life without him.
That poses a predicament because it makes the universe appear younger than its oldest stars, believed to be 16 billion years old.
Sydney Harland, President and CEO stated, "GW Atmospheric Water Generators (AWG's) offer the world an effective and affordable solution to the global drinking water predicament.
The neoconservatives in charge of the Bush administration's foreign policy envision a prolonged war, against an ever-expanding roster of targets, which may last for decades--thereby placing America squarely in the predicament sagely described by Toqueville.