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1) He is willing to confront problems directly.
2) A soldier has to confront danger.
3) It's time to confront him with our suspicions.
4) She decided to confront her boss about the situation with direct questioning.
5) She didn't want to confront the inescapable fact that she would have to sell the house.
6) Counsellors encourage victims of crime to confront their emotions.
7) He swung round to confront his accusers.
8) We must confront the future with optimism.
9) We try to help people confront their problems .
10) Once again, I chose to confront the issue head-on.
11) We are learning how to confront death.
12) The difficulties that confront us seem insuperable.
13) We should confront theory with practice.
14) A soldier often has to confront danger.
15) She knew that she had to confront her fears.
16) NATO countries have been forced to confront fundamental moral questions.
17) Trends in the national economy confront firms with pressures they cannot easily resist.
18) It's an issue we'll have to confront at some point, no matter how unpleasant it is.
19) We are learning how to confront death instead of avoiding its reality.
20) I could not bring myself to confront him about it.
21) She had decided to confront Kathryn with what she had learnt.
22) Some people need to confront a traumatic past; others find it better to leave it alone.
23) She'd confront him in a matter-of-fact way.
24) Structure: one of the biggest writing problems businesspeople confront.
25) Placed there to confront and confound him.
26) They have been forced to confront two important facts.
27) Row upon row of eggs confront me.
28) I know it's her that made the error,(http://sentencedict.com/confront.html) but I don't want to confront her with it in case she breaks down.
29) I know how you feel, Mark, but maybe it's better not to confront him.
30) The only way to get to the bottom of it is to confront the chairman.
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