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  • s  not easily solved
    an apparantly insolvable problem

  • As if trying to untangle the world's most intractable diplomatic knot didn't keep him busy enough, Blair has also set his sights on solving another insolvable problem during his .
  • Nor has the mystery of that nation's behavior during the Nazi era remained so insolvable, so beyond the reach of art and scholarship, so beyond the reach, certainly, of earnest .
  • Citation: "Noted throughout his career for undertaking and solving problems deemed insolvable by many.
News & Articles

  • Striking back at telemarketers
    The resolution of seemingly insolvable problems often can be found in unexpected places or conversations. In this case we’re looking at my ages-long tirades and rants about the annoyance of... Read more »
    July 24, 2013 - Tuscola County Advertiser
Quotes

  • Silvan Shalom in Reuters Canada
    There is across-the-board agreement on Iran, Hezbollah and Hamas but there is a big gap between Kadima and Likud on the two states for two people. It's insolvable,Silvan Shalom, a senior Likud legislator and former foreign minister, told Army...
  • Thomas Friedman in Bizjournals.com
    But Friedman said there are "incredible opportunities masquerading as insolvable problems."
  • Christopher Galvin in PR Newswire (press release)
    For more than 30 years, I have embraced breakthrough innovation. Cleversafe appears to have solved the problems thought for decades to be insolvable: offering commercially available, reliable and cost-effective global data storage grids,said...

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