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A study concludes a fifth of youngsters strongly believe that their lessons are not too difficult, and there is some evidence that bright children are more likely to feel they are not being stretched.
You would think it not too difficult to see the goal area/posts and if you are one of the irresponsible dog owners who doesn't feel it is your responsibility to pick up YOUR dog mess at least have the common sense to see it as a children's play area.
So it's no wonder that in their new Agoura Hills restaurant, Cafe 14, they find it not too difficult to please suburban diners.
However, there is a way to do it, and while it takes several steps, it's not too difficult.
But with its old tram lines and majestic buildings in the background, it is not too difficult to guess which road these sailors are marching along.
The three mazurkas included in this opus are delightful and not too difficult.
But with effort, and frequent reference to the glossary, the book is not too difficult to follow.
It's not too difficult to guess the lyrics of the Owada songs "1-100," "start middle end," or "1234," which, with a wry wit, play with and off standard rock riffs and formulas, all delivered with deadpan precision spliced with the driving rhythms of rock 'n' roll.
Obviously, it is not too difficult to circumvent this anti-abuse rule (e.
Not too difficult because it's already on the menu.
It's not too difficult to find a turning point in UCLA's season.
This is not too difficult as far as ex-wife Robin (Kristin Scott Thomas) is concerned, since she's married to a warmthless workaholic (Jamey Sheridan).