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1. I know I'll be confronted with difficulties, but I will squeak by anyway.
2. Otherwise they may be confronted with a partially built, inoperable extension and serious deterioration in the existing service.
3. Then, on opening them again, he would be confronted with the same problem: which of us is which?
4. Alternatively, you may be confronted with several pedagogical grammars in the same language.
5. Now firms will again be confronted with this choice.
6. Be confronted with the past with the least regret.
7. Be confronted with new opportunities and challenges, 20 Mcc sets up its enterprise developing strategy.
8. It’s a bit awe-inspiring to be confronted with a number like that — a number far more comprehensible than yesterday’s deceptively complex statement about the amount of data we’re producing daily.
9. In the practical opening procedure, we'll be confronted with these problems such as deviated window, opening ended ahead and how to break though the dead point.
10. The new system will be confronted with great difficulties at the start.
11. Students may be confronted with difficulties in the application of complicated formulae of Spherical Trigonometry.
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12. To be confronted with restricting chemosynthesis pesticides used in organic orchards, insect pest control had become a bottleneck.
13. Grab your chance: explain what it is like to be confronted with a subject without any preparation.
14. So to the bank, managing risk is a problem they must be confronted with.
15. Besides, E-zine and contents Provide business tradition distribution channel etc. may be confronted with benefit conflicting in the pattern making use of advertisement to gain a profit.
16. This article tries to expound what the industry would be confronted with after China joined WTO.
17. In Chinese ancient history, Southern Dynasty did not only endure more and more intense national illogicality , but also be confronted with intestine gradational illogicality.
18. Many newbies type "man bash" to view the bash man page, only to be confronted with a very terse and technical description of shell functionality.
19. But, most of entrepreneurs in our country are unmoral, their unceasing scandals make enterprise be confronted with crisis of credit, confusion of social economy order and corrupt of moral fashion.
20. However, the rash loosening the controlling without full opening condition will be confronted with a great deal of risks.
21. In the wild the Syrian Hamster lives alone and is fiercely territorial, attacking any intruders or other hamsters it may be confronted with during its travels.
22. The article discusses what will the geological prospecting units be confronted with when China restored its membership in GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade).
23. The aging problem is the issue that the whole world should be confronted with.
24. The economic development, population, resource, environment, and social security be confronted with serious problem of population - aging.
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