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1. Wild and intractable woman to win.
2. We are facing an intractable problem.
3. The economy still faces intractable problems.
4. Unemployment was proving to be an intractable problem.
5. It emerged as the most intractable issue of our era.
6. Even rich nations often have intractable poverty.
7. Elsewhere the problems are far more intractable.
8. It provided simple answers to seemingly intractable questions.
9. Economic disparities grow ever greater and more intractable.
10. The third criticism, however[sentencedict .com], seems more intractable.
11. It occupied him without posing intractable problems.
12. Do not concern yourself with this seemingly intractable problem.
13. It has been and remains the most intractable problem of world diplomacy.
14. Paracelsus made intractable problems such as plague, syphilis, epilepsy, mental disorder, and learning disabilities central to his preoccupations.
15. Patients may complain of intractable pain in the neck or the back of the head.
16. Would lawmakers mandate hospitalization for intractable nausea and vomiting during pregnancy?
17. It should be one which presents a seemingly intractable problem.
18. Even more seemingly intractable problems will be posed by attempts to store virtual reality.
19. What may be done to reduce the influence of intractable opponents?
20. Depression is a natural feeling if your problems seem intractable.
21. Although here, too, Chicago had fared better than many older cities, unemployment remained a serious, seemingly intractable problem.
22. Some of the negotiators, however, said the stalemate over the issue of punitive damages seemed especially intractable.
23. These theoretical problems are most visible and at their most intractable in the area of fostering and adoption policy.
24. His first was the development of submerged combustion, which enabled the most intractable liquids to be heated without expensive constructions.
25. Housing and schools remain segregated and unequal. Economic disparities grow ever greater and more intractable.
26. Despite the increased input, remaining long-stay patients in Powick proved fairly intractable.
27. The disposal of toxic wastes is one of the most intractable problems facing industrialized societies.
28. What he was really saying, though, is that we face seemingly intractable problems and that the solutions will be difficult.
29. N., the tension between the veto-holders and the others would prove well-nigh intractable.
30. The organizations women formed to bring about equality were just as often havens from intractable, institutionalized misogyny.
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