hard to comprehend

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It was, that whether she was in town or out of town, whether he had been premature with her who was so hard to comprehend, or she had lost courage, or they were discovered, or some mischance or mistake, at present incomprehensible, had occurred, he must remain to confront his fortune, whatever it was.
Fahad's father Saad said: "As Fahad began his treatment it was hard to comprehend how difficult this would be for our entire family.
It was to how would our Fahad's dad, Saad said: "As Fahad began his treatment it was hard to comprehend how difficult this would be for our entire family.
It is hard to comprehend that the federal government is not taking such steps in the rest of the country.
It was hard to comprehend the scale of the devastating floods caused by tropical storm Harvey in Texas.
It's hard to comprehend that millions haven't even got fresh water when all I have to do is walk a few feet and turn on a tap.
It's hard to comprehend but millions haven't got the benefit of clean water, yet I need only walk a few feet and turn on a tap.
It is not just the scale of the atrocities that is hard to comprehend.
involved in this enterprise is hard to comprehend, but the high
Okay, the notion of living off the grid isn't hard to comprehend, but the practicalities of it certainly are, but it was idea of hunting down those on the run that seemed so strange.
The numbers are simply hard to comprehend, and the Greek government, already strapped for cash because of its continuing economic and bailout woes, is calling for relief and immediate supplies from the European Union.
What is hard to comprehend is Talha was a loving, kind, popular young boy who never showed any signs of any extreme or radical views.