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Our proposal aimed at overcoming problems that are considered insurmountable, but they constitute a sine qua non for the Greek Cypriot community.
It has its distinct and insurmountable limitations when applied to public personnel management.
It is illogical that out of insurmountable fear of losing her children she decided to kill them.
There will be some problems, there are some problems but they are not insurmountable problems," said Sheila Dikshit.
Victor Rudd had 25 points -- highlighted by four 3-pointers -- for Sylmar, which opened up an insurmountable 17 point lead with 5:46 left.
An American Jew who served as a guard in the largest prison in Israel and his prisoner Rafiq, a leader in the PLO, met in 1990 during the first Palestinian uprising, and were to embark on a conversation which was to evolve into a unique friendship despite seemingly insurmountable differences.
The odds against it were nearly insurmountable, given Killer's typically low budget ($2 million in this case), a first-time writer-director, Kimberly Peirce, and a competing production starring Drew Barrymore in development at Fox Searchlight.
Tales of struggling, urban educators often paint pictures that make you cry, show almost insurmountable odds or merely depress you with the hopelessness many youths locked in failing school systems face daily.
Cagan: Knowing a little bit about those moments in history where people overcame what must have seemed like insurmountable odds.
Soaring raw material costs may pose an insurmountable problem.
So, while SKF has a good number of creative ideas on how to make by-wire a reality, the stumbling blocks may be insurmountable as auto makers continue to look at the bottom line, putting off expensive new technologies until brighter days.
When asked if the financial amount would have an effect on diocesan finances, he said, "There will be an impact but it won't be insurmountable.