• And that's probably the simplest of all of them." The students first listed the problems in order of difficulty.

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  • Its difficulty lies in Milton's tendency in this poem to seek out what Dr. Johnson wonderfully calls remote allusions.


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  • Sometimes when I am traveling in America, people have a difficulty understanding me.


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  • The study found that families in seventeen million households had difficulty getting enough food at times during the year.

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  • As I say, it's a wonderful irony that this particular difficulty in reading is precisely what Gadamer calls being pulled up short.


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  • She says people might have difficulty completing an activity if they cannot expect some kind of reward in return.

    VOA: special.2009.09.29

  • Another illustration of the difficulty of translating all values, in this case, a certain idea of virtue, into utilitarian terms.


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  • But small businesses have been hit hard by the recession and now the difficulty in getting loans.

    VOA: special.2009.12.18

  • Those areas that are most eager to get to the content say they may have difficulty in using it because it's not in their language or might not make sense within their culture.


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  • But he says there are challenges, including the difficulty in getting the plan approved by the United States Congress.

    VOA: standard.2009.12.11

  • All the women in Dean's life call him to the carpet and tell him of all his sins. That's a sad moment in the novel, a moment of difficulty, a moment of specificity also.


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  • "In my home province, we have difficulty in accessing water." "It does not provide sufficient water like what we have here."

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  • That's at least the kind of claim that fans of the body view often make in the face of this difficulty for the personality theory.


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  • Many braved the cold to witness history, some seeking reassurance in a time of great difficulty.

    VOA: standard.2010.01.15

  • We'll talk about difficulty people have in understanding what a portion is.


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  • And scientists often have difficulty explaining what they do in language the public can understand.

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  • And, likewise, there will be a test running from 1:05 to 1:55: two different tests of comparable difficulty. I did this last year, and the difference in the scores on all three tests 1% was less than 1%.


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  • And,he notes humanitarian organizations have great difficulty in reaching them with much needed assistance.

    VOA: standard.2009.09.26

  • The difficulty of the poem lies to a great degree, I think, in something that Dr. Johnson had noted in his attack or in his criticism on Lycidas that I mentioned on Monday.


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  • Why does he have this difficulty in the specificity of her prayer?


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  • The difficulty of this course consists in the fact that it teaches what you already know.


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  • It poses other kinds of difficulty, let's say; but in the case of fiction, in order to be engaged, in order to enter the hermeneutic circle properly, we need the element of surprise, as I say, as a way of distinguishing between fiction and nonfiction.


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