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challenging

cha luhn jing

  • v  take exception to
  • v  issue a challenge to
  • v  ask for identification
  • v  raise a formal objection in a court of law
  • s  requiring full use of your abilities or resources
    performed the most challenging task without a mistake
  • s  stimulating interest or thought
    a challenging hypothesis
  • s  disturbingly provocative

  • And back home, people are starting to recognize that a voice capable of challenging authority is invaluable.
  • Roman Catholicism's Christoph Cardinal Schnborn has dubbed the most fervent of faith-challenging scientists followers of "scientism" or "evolutionism," since they hope science .
  • High-wired Mountain Act High-altitude climbing is a challenging spectator sport, but thanks to technology it's gaining popularity.
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  • Barack Obama in International Herald Tribune
    In these challenging times, when we are facing both rising deficits and a sinking economy, budget reform is not an option,Obama said. "It's a necessity."
  • Michael Mukasey in International Herald Tribune
    I'm disappointed with the decision, in so far as I understand that it will result in hundreds of actions challenging the detention of enemy combatants to be moved to federal district court,Mukasey said at a Group of Eight meeting of justice...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Bloomberg
    This is going to be a challenging time,Clinton said. "And it will require 21st-century tools and solutions to meet our problems and seize our opportunities."

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