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We learn in another flash forward that she has broken two ribs and must be hospitalized, explaining the earlier flash forwards, of her convalescence in grasse, with the carrot juice fights.

Associated Press'' wire article, August 14, 1946. Many attribute his long-term addiction
conundrum Confronted," Microform Review 23, no.

At this point, riddler announces that Batman is enroute to their very location, something both conundrum and the writer have difficulty believing.

Today FM rival Ray D'Arcy has been described by Ryan as "a bit of a conundrum".

Countdown: Spreading the Word (granada Media, 2001) p. 26. A "crucial Countdown conundrum" occurs if, before the conundrum, the leading contestant is ahead by ten points or fewer.

The great conundrum: 'What are we here for?' is all that ever held us here in the first place.

"Collaborative conundrum: Do Wikis Have a Place in the Newsroom?" Stripped of idealism by postwar disillusionment, his English counterpart transmutes his toughness and determination into an obsessive pursuit of an inexorable existential conundrum.

So it's a sort of conundrum - the blind man, who puts on the VISOR and sees much more than everyone else around him, when the actor actually does that he's turned into a blind person.

Sartre contends that human existence is a conundrum whereby each of us exists, for as long as we live, within an overall condition of nothingness (no thing-ness)-that ultimately allows for free consciousness.

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