Unfortunately, she added, the problem is not simply a military issue.
But of course, the things I cited in the above graf are "facts," and conservatives kind of have a problem with those.
But he's right to assert the GOP's problem is deeper than ORCA and social media.
The problem with the arguments for inaction isn't that they're wrong, it's that they prove too much.
But when Harkin and his colleagues try to solve the problem, they run into a wall of opposition from the for-profit industry.
When these were lighted with flint and steel the problem was solved.
They are not questions, but answers, to the problem of life.
Now here is a tougher case which opens a new element of the problem.
How he should do so with safety was the problem we had to solve.
The problem of religious education has become a part of our national consciousness.
late 14c., "a difficult question proposed for solution," from Old French problème (14c.) and directly from Latin problema, from Greek problema "a task, that which is proposed, a question;" also "anything projecting, headland, promontory; fence, barrier;" also "a problem in geometry," literally "thing put forward," from proballein "propose," from pro "forward" (see pro-) + ballein "to throw" (see ballistics).
Meaning "a difficulty" is mid-15c. Mathematical sense is from 1560s in English. Problem child first recorded 1920. Phrase _______ problem in reference to a persistent and seemingly insoluble difficulty is attested at least from 1882, in Jewish problem. Response no problem "that is acceptable; that can be done without difficulty" is recorded from 1968.