conundrum


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conundrum

A problem with no satisfactory solution; a dilemma
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And so the Conundrum this throws up to be debated in pubs, street corners, internet forums - anywhere indeed where people want to debate all issues WFC.
In this Strategic Perspective, we discuss a number of issues that make up the Cloud pricing conundrum with the intention of unraveling some of its complexity.
The pair both failed to get the final conundrum and show host Nick Hewer told the pair they had been 'foxed and out witted', before revealing hidden word 'epicentre'.
Quantum Conundrum was designed by Kim Swift, the precocious talent behind Portal - and she's clearly stuck with what she knows.
Much like Samuel Taylor Coleridge, newly single Kelly Hoppen, 52, finds herself in a conundrum - surrounded by men but not one available.
And according to them the answer to the conundrum is chicken - or at least a specific chicken protein.
Designed to challenge even the strongest puzzle solvers, Conundrum combines mathematical and alphabet puzzles in a nine stage game.
Hugh Nickerson at Conundrum Consulting is handling initial applications, which c a n b e m a d e o n l i n e b y attaching a CV and quoting LB210 at apply@conundrum.
Chris Davies, from Greasby, appeared on a big screen last night as the five housemates were given the challenge to beat him in a version of the Countdown game, including the famous conundrum - in which a word appears in jumbled-up form.
What initially seemed to be a conundrum had a logical explanation.
Miracle As Modern Conundrum In South Asian Religious Traditions
Graeme Base is back with another conundrum, puzzle, mystery or enigma.