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Tom and Ned found it difficult to comprehend all the rapid Spanish spoken by their host, but they managed to understand some, and his eloquent gestures made up the rest.
was a question I had often heard asked, when everything was sliding and bumping about, and when it certainly did seem difficult to comprehend the possibility of anything afloat being more disturbed, without toppling over and going down.
Tragedies, be they atrocities in Afghanistan, bombs in Manchester, right, or gun attacks in Las Vegas shake us all and, as adults, it's difficult to comprehend that humans can act in such a way.
Just thinking of the personal trauma behind these figures is difficult to comprehend.
The Committee finds it difficult to comprehend how this burglary occurred in an office that has a responsibility to fight organised and serious crimes.
For those who came of age after the landmark civil rights legislation was passed, it's difficult to comprehend what it was like to be an African American living under Jim Crow segregation.
SOME sentences handed to people guilty of animal cruelty are "incredibly difficult to comprehend," the Assembly has been told.
The details not only of how Karen was killed by Alexander Pacteau are bad enough, but information about what he did with the body afterwards is beyond difficult to comprehend.
Beckham added that the exposure he gets is difficult to comprehend and this year's Super Bowl was ridiculously embarrassing, as he had never seen so many billboards of himself in one city.
He said: "It's very difficult to comprehend what's happened.
I really find it difficult to comprehend the regressive attitudes in Saudi Arabia, which has the potential to make great headway in almost every field.
Summary: Members of the public attending Cityscape Global who found the technical terminology and property legalese difficult to comprehend were able to have their questions answered at the stand of the Dubai Land Department, or LD.