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a situation that presents difficulty, uncertainty, or perplexity

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The corps of inventors was spurred up to conquer the long-distance problems. And in return for a thirty million check, the control of the historic Western Union was transferred from the children of Jay Gould to the thirty thousand stock-holders of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company.
This universal trend toward consolidation has introduced a variety of problems that will engage the ablest brains in the telephone world for many years to come.
"The problems never were as large or as complex as they are right now," says J.
These raise problems of their own, which we shall reach in Lecture III.
For the problem is this: we know by what way the assassin gained admission,--he entered by the door and hid himself under the bed, awaiting Mademoiselle Stangerson.
It would seem very strange, she thought, to have so few things to care for and she wondered how she would fill her time, she whose one problem always had been how to achieve snatches of leisure.
When she was too lonely, she would go to them and shed her own troubles and problems by absorption in those of others.
In sheer helpless inability to think the problem out satisfactorily, he called up a servant and told him to tell Oolanga that he wanted to see him at once in the turret- room.
The problem, therefore, is this-- What thickness ought a cast-iron shell to have in order not to weight more than 20,000 pounds?
"Gentlemen," said he, "we have to resolve one of the most important problems in the whole of the noble science of gunnery.
A study by this author of an information technology department's problem solving approaches in central Indiana determined that a structured problem-solving model using strong subject knowledge, experience, logic, and reasoning was favored.
Some studies indicate that while student outcomes do not differ significantly between standard lecture-based curricula and problem-based learning, the latter is harder to implement (2), and poor implementation leads to problems for faculty, and more importantly, participating students.
Reportedly, butyl rubber compounds can pose a special problem in forming blisters (ref.
Nystagmus is the most difficult MS-related vision problem to relieve.