Examples of the the word, difficulty , in a Sentence Context

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  1. Of the war, yet Rodin needed to support his family; poverty was a continual, difficulty ,for Rodin until about the age of 30. Carrier-Belleuse soon asked Rodin to join
  2. Difficulty understanding both spoken and written language and will also have, difficulty ,speaking. This is a severe type of aphasia which makes it quite difficult when
  3. Perisylvian region of the brain. An individual with global aphasia will have, difficulty ,understanding both spoken and written language and will also have difficulty
  4. Both immediately resigned from their respective offices and Alexander had, difficulty ,in forming a new cabinet. Alexander's mother also opposed the marriage and was
  5. Of the respective states. Let them be candidly reviewed under a sense of the, difficulty ,of combining in one general system the various sentiments and interests of a
  6. Explored 40 % of the diamond-rich territory within the country, but has had, difficulty ,in attracting foreign investment because of corruption, human rights violations
  7. What is commonly known as the Boston-Neoclassical model, which is essentially a, difficulty ,with naming. A final type of aphasia, global aphasia, results from damage to
  8. The Bounty and Jack London's story" Make Westing" poignantly illustrated the, difficulty ,it caused for mariners seeking to round Cape Horn on the clipper ship route
  9. Catholic Encyclopedia does make it clear that the European invaders had some, difficulty ,differentiating between the native peoples they encountered. As a result, the
  10. The winter of 1866 and early 1867,mining operations began to falter due to the, difficulty ,of extracting copper from the conglomerate. Hubert had sold his interests in
  11. And hawse pipes can accommodate a fluke-style anchor. The fluke anchor has, difficulty ,penetrating kelp and weed-covered bottoms, as well as rocky and particularly
  12. Aphasia also known as Broca's aphasia or cortical motor aphasia (patient has, difficulty ,in putting his thoughts into words) Fluent, non-fluent and" pure" aphasia
  13. Good stability and steering along with the ability to take waves without, difficulty , In 1913,Dr. Bell hired Walter Pinned, a Sydney yacht designer and builder as
  14. Been reported as anywhere from 25 % to 70 %, a wide variation illustrating the, difficulty ,of assessing autistic intelligence. For ASD other than autism, the association
  15. Welsh ruler. In 1060,Alfred was elected to the archbishopric of York, but had, difficulty ,in obtaining papal approval for his appointment, only managing to do so when he
  16. Argue that we would perceive this as the normal state of zero charge. Another, difficulty ,was the difference in masses of the electron and the proton. Dirac tried to
  17. Point in childhood. These most commonly include symptoms of insomnia such as, difficulty ,in falling asleep, frequent nocturnal awakenings, and early morning awakenings.
  18. Borders of Eli's and Arcadia in the peninsula. From there Alaric escaped with, difficulty , and not without some suspicion of connivance by Silicon, who supposedly had
  19. The verge of bankruptcy and revolution, while the British had relatively little, difficulty ,financing their war, keeping their suppliers and soldiers paid, and hiring tens
  20. Are usually on opposite sides of the county. Though travel is no longer the, difficulty ,it once was, there are few efforts to eliminate the two seat arrangement where
  21. Products emit alpha particles which kill cancer cells in the body. The major, difficulty ,with application of 225Ac was that intravenous injection of simple actinium
  22. Of language ability. This class of language disorder ranges from having, difficulty ,remembering words to being completely unable to speak, read,or write. Aphasia
  23. Year after that. The Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA),having, difficulty ,regulating the quarto four-wheel drive system, and the impact it had on the
  24. The 1770s. In sharp contrast, Congress and the American states had no end of, difficulty ,financing the war. In 1775 there was at most 12 million dollars in gold in the
  25. Pregnancy and childbirth, attributing various conditions of health and, difficulty ,with the flow of QI through various meridians. A meta-analysis of randomized
  26. Ovid According to Ovid's Metamorphoses, while in labor, Alcmene was having, difficulty ,giving birth to such a large child. After seven days and nights in agony
  27. Is ammonium. The origin of this is uncertain; all suggestions have some, difficulty ,either of form or interpretation. The popular etymology, from ἀντίμοναχός
  28. It stands as a protector of property rights. If one grasps this, one has no, difficulty ,in understanding the statists' antagonism toward the gold standard. Advocates
  29. True that each planet had some influence on the earth, but his argument was the, difficulty ,of astrologers being able to determine the exact effect of it. In essence
  30. Extension. Lunar ascent and return Aldrin entered Eagle first. With some, difficulty ,the astronauts lifted film and two sample boxes containing more than of lunar
  31. And Gobi deserts formed barriers that the steppe horsemen could cross only with, difficulty , While the urban city dwellers were more advanced technologically and socially
  32. In Ptolemy's works. In his Arias against Ptolemy, Alhazen commented on the, difficulty ,of attaining scientific knowledge: He held that the criticism of existing
  33. Continued, SDI evolved through various concepts as designers struggled with the, difficulty ,of such a large complex defense system. SDI remained a research program and was
  34. Wearing no glasses and apparently reading his paper from the lectern without, difficulty ,:" Then suddenly he faltered—and the disturbing truth became obvious. He was
  35. This point, Blackburn and Holford-Strevens state that" St. Luke raises greater, difficulty ,... Most critics therefore discard Luke ". The Gospel of Luke also states that
  36. Restlessness or feeling keyed up or on edge, being easily fatigued, difficulty ,concentrating or mind going blank, irritability,muscle tension, sleep
  37. Artist recalls a conversation with the filmmaker Emile de Antonio about the, difficulty ,Warhol had being accepted socially by the then more famous (but closeted) gay
  38. Scientists cannot agree on a better taxonomic system, largely due to the, difficulty ,of obtaining detailed measurements consistently for a large sample of asteroids
  39. District of Argyle. Royal forces crushed a revolt in Galloway in 1235 without, difficulty ,; nor did an invasion attempted soon afterwards by its exiled leaders meet with
  40. a million years ago (early in the Cretaceous period),although given the, difficulty ,in classifying the families involved, estimates are likely to be uncertain.
  41. autism's rigid and repetitive behaviors, while the nonsocial theories have, difficulty ,explaining social impairment and communication difficulties. A combined theory
  42. Already clean tooth surface or immediately after surgery. As chlorhexidine has, difficulty ,in penetrating plaque biofilm, other mouthwashes may be more effective where
  43. From each set, and makes it unnecessary to apply the axiom of choice. The, difficulty ,appears when there is no natural choice of elements from each set. If we cannot
  44. Instead slowly turning in the bottom to align with the force. Claw types have, difficulty ,penetrating weedy bottoms and grass. They offer a fairly low holding power to
  45. To perform tasks that they were formerly unable to accomplish, or had great, difficulty ,accomplishing, by providing enhancements to or changed methods of interacting
  46. And its silver fuselage meant it was probably an American Airlines jet. He had, difficulty ,picking out the airplane in the" East Coast haze ", but then saw a" huge "
  47. And wild, and persistently disobeyed and tormented her. She experienced great, difficulty ,controlling them, and had almost no success in instilling any education. She
  48. Or mind going blank, irritability,muscle tension, sleep disturbance (, difficulty ,falling or staying asleep, or restless unsatisfying sleep). ” If symptoms of
  49. Transfer and descent At the beginning of the mission, the CSM Kitty Hawk had, difficulty ,achieving capture and docking with the LM Antares. Repeated attempts to dock
  50. A small proportion of patients may also suffer from an aphasia, which causes, difficulty ,in naming specific objects. A larger proportion (up to 50 %) suffer from a

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