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Parts three and four treat the modern situation, as oil acquisition remains an important structuring factor in culture yet becomes increasingly problematical, with consumers less willing to see it in purely rosy terms, and the consequent struggle of petroleum companies to portray their products well.
Conductor Peter Marks valiantly addressed the problem of balance in this resonant acoustic, but tempo changes were occasionally problematical.
But the delivery on the promises has been more problematical, not least in the face of the determined opposition among GPs themselves who felt their workload was on an upward curve akin to the blood pressure of some patients.
Dinesh Reddy makes the registration of the FIR highly problematical," the statement adds.
Despite the creed that "governing in partnership is the only tangible solution for assuring sustainable growth," they find problematical the absence of clearly defined governmental competences.
58, live on SIS), although confirming the form in Thursday's 695m final might be more problematical.
The new equipment overcomes the problematical occurrence facing many organisations when bagged bulk materials such as hygroscopic chemicals, certain types of spice blends, heat-sensitive products and many more have compacted and solidified during storage and shipment.
This makes plating chemistry easier to control, and eliminates a costly and often problematical piece of equipment.
He can be with the team before, after and at half-time, whereas a UEFA ban is far more problematical for a manager.
Belfast is not renowned for sunny, warm days in mid-October, and if there are strong winds, that could be problematical.
Perhaps as problematical for the mayor is the appearance on You Tube of a video of the forum.
There must not be a situation were a less problematical authority can pay a higher salary than a social worker working in such high profile areas as Haringey in London or Lady wood in Birmingham.