But when Harkin and his colleagues try to solve the problem, they run into a wall of opposition from the for-profit industry.
Of course, this law will not solve all the problems in American medicine, and it almost certainly will create some new ones.
A halt has been drawn to the digging up of royal remains in the UK to solve historical puzzles.
That time away, apparently, has done wonders to solve her “overexposed” problem.
Top economists tell The Daily Beast if the plan will solve the crisis.
Sometimes he attempted to solve arithmetical questions which had perplexed him while at school.
It was a riddle Toy could not solve yet he knew that Smaltz had not told the truth.
During the night, he found time to solve the problem, collect his men, and rob the castle.
The old man may have left a document behind likely to solve the whole business.
How, with all his energy, he managed to pay his way is a mystery, which his biographer is unable fully to solve.
late 14c., "to disperse, dissipate, loosen," from Latin solvere "to loosen, dissolve; untie, release, detach; depart; unlock; scatter; dismiss; accomplish, fulfill; explain; remove," from PIE *se-lu-, from reflexive pronoun *s(w)e- (see idiom) + root *leu- "to loosen, divide, cut apart" (see lose). The meaning "explain, answer" is attested from 1530s; for sense evolution, see solution. Mathematical use is attested from 1737. Related: Solved; solving.