difficult choice

See: dilemma
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The government should not be in the business of forcing families to make the difficult choice between staying warm and having food on the table.
I'm not saying no for Leni, I'm saying that it seems to be a difficult choice,' he said.
SARAJEVO, Dec 6 (KUNA) -- Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic said Saturday Belgrade would undoudtedly face a difficult choice in the future, accepting the European Union (EU) membership in return of recognizing Kosovo.
These experiments, conducted by psychological scientists Nadia Chernyak and Tamar Kushnir of Cornell University, suggest that sharing when given a difficult choice leads children to see themselves in a new, more beneficent light.
The Government is standing before a difficult choice - how tow act, Nineska-Fidanoska concludes.
Judges were impressed that when faced with the decision to cut costs and weather the storm or take a higher risk route, the company took the most difficult choice and came out on top.
For a while, it looks like Joe might help Kit live a little, but stumbling across an historical mystery, Kit is faced with a difficult choice.
A FATHER who had to tell a surgeon to let his conjoined twin daughter die described it as "the most difficult choice of my life".
The workers now face a difficult choice about whether to accept the money or, as the unions are recommending, turn down the deal and continue to pursue the case at employment tribunal.
The Beast is a guy faced with a very difficult choice.
Lisa Tiger, an AIDS educator from Oklahoma with a Muscogee Creek/Seminole/Cherokee and Irish heritage, spoke about how she, "too, made the difficult choice to become a mother living with AIDS.
There are so many different age groups and techniques that it's really a difficult choice.