She also has deep experience dealing with the Guantanamo conundrum.
It is a sobering truth that has long term implications for U.S. patience in dealing with the Afghan-Pakistan conundrum.
Denial has become their reflexive response to the Afghan conundrum.
For the ADL, Israel posed a conundrum: the conundrum of Jewish power.
Hamas solved its conundrum by turning to Egypt to negotiate a truce, wrote Yedioth and Haaretz.
Anna asked them if they ever heard the conundrum “What was Eve made for?”
The amount of money on hand will answer the rest of the conundrum for them.
It puzzled him; but then Handy himself was at all times more or less of a conundrum to him.
"Very well; put the conundrum that way, if you like," said the squirrel.
This editor copied the conundrum and could not resist the temptation to answer it, which he did thus: 'Because he is an ass!'
1590s, Oxford University slang for "pedant," also "whim," etc., later (1790) "riddle, puzzle." Also spelled quonundrum. The sort of ponderous pseudo-Latin word that was once the height of humor in learned circles.