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Each wants the job being vacated by Melissa Gilbert who has been stymied by union infighting so intense that it was a major factor in her decision not to seek a third term.
The existence of such large-scale clusters and the patterns they form has stymied theorists struggling to explain the evolution of structure in the universe.
Due to the criminal investigation, Farmers has been stymied in its efforts to get the information it needs while the police report has not yet been provided.
Called the Sudbury structure, it contains some of the world's greatest nickel-copper ore deposits, but questions about its origin have long stymied geologists.
The evidence showed that Sandstone 's efforts to produce a good product were stymied by Scott Bader's knowingly deceptive acts and its sale of raw materials which did not meet Bader's representations in their product literature, brochures and even their correspondence.
A troubling side effect has long stymied the search for a male contraceptive drug.
IT organizations are becoming more aware of how standard frameworks such as ITIL can help them improve their processes, but are often stymied by the time and cost of implementing ITIL," said INS CTO Harold Long.
OPRAH WINFREY Presents: Their Eyes Were Watching God'' proves that even considerable talent - producer Winfrey, star Halle Berry and screenwriter Suzan-Lori Parks (whose play ``Topdog/Underdog'' won the Pulitzer Prize) - can be stymied when attempting to adapt a book (by Zora Neale Hurston) beloved for its lyrical writing.
Diplomatic problems have so far stymied efforts to test the Cuba hypothesis, Bohor says.
While today's fast-spreading worms have stymied perimeter security products such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDSs) and traditional intrusion prevention systems (IPSs), Peakflow X addresses these challenges by detecting and mitigating threats without the use of signatures.
Hit the drive too far right and the approach can be stymied by a mid-fairway bunker or right side trees.
Despite decades of attempts, major problems have stymied scientists' efforts to develop a vaccine against RSV, which spreads through close contact with infected children and adults and blooms in epidemic proportions each winter.