serious problem

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  • We still have serious problems on which all of us must work together. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • However this very success led to a number of very serious problems.
  • The high cost of living is a serious problem in every American home.
  • It is known that he had serious problems with eyes, but he continued to work.
  • He was to continue fighting but when back in training, he started having serious problems.
  • Despite the early success, there were serious problems with the army.
  • This caused serious problems and many had no choice but leave.
  • There were serious problems with the town's water system in the 1990s.
  • The singer revealed that he has experienced serious problems with his hair.
  • These facts brought the writer face to face with a serious problem. Cited from Influences of Geographic Environment, by Ellen Churchill Semple
  • There is a serious problem here, because hardly any research in this area has been carried out.
  • Without some way to easily change the original class, serious problems could arise.
  • This was a notable work in the days when the water-supply was a very serious problem. Cited from Holborn and Bloomsbury, by Sir Walter Besant and Geraldine Edith Mitton
  • There were a number of serious problems during production, however.
  • Once more has the President on his hands the serious problem of finding the right man. Cited from Abraham Lincoln, by George Haven Putnam
  • I have some serious problems to lay before you. Cited from The Nine-Tenths, by James Oppenheim
  • Life is a serious problem to a man over thirty. Cited from Riders of the Silences, by John Frederick
  • From the very start, serious problems threatened the success of the educational program.
  • During this period, security at LOS continued to be a serious problem.
  • Five years ago we faced a very serious problem of economic and social recovery. Cited from The Fireside Chats of Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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