Issues


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A euphemism for mental or emotional problems, as in 'he has issues'
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Before Kulan Tith could issue the commands that would initiate the investigation a handsome young officer stepped forward and addressed his jeddak.
From the lowest part of my balloon, which is hermetically closed, issue two tubes a little distance apart.
The onset and the issue were like the passage and destruction of a whirlwind.
We shall gain this - nobody knows that grotto, or rather its issue, except ourselves and two or three hunters of the island; we shall gain this - that if the island is occupied, the scouts, seeing no bark upon the shore, will never imagine we can escape, and will cease to watch.
The police, including the reserves, stood in little forlorn groups, waiting for the command the governor was too wise to issue.
As soon as the serjeant was departed, Jones rose from his bed, and dressed himself entirely, putting on even his coat, which, as its colour was white, showed very visibly the streams of blood which had flowed down it; and now, having grasped his new-purchased sword in his hand, he was going to issue forth, when the thought of what he was about to undertake laid suddenly hold of him, and he began to reflect that in a few minutes he might possibly deprive a human being of life, or might lose his own.
Paul is actually at this moment a member of the lower branch of the legislature of the State where he has long resided; and he is even notorious for making speeches that have a tendency to put that deliberative body in good humour, and which, as they are based on great practical knowledge suited to the condition of the country, possess a merit that is much wanted in many more subtle and fine-spun theories, that are daily heard in similar assemblies, to issue from the lips of certain instinctive politicians.
He neither spoke himself, nor seemed willing to invite discourse in his visiters; it was therefore necessary for Middleton to adopt the patient manners of his companions, and to await the issue for the explanation.
Has indicated a desire to expand the post to cover transportation and education issues.
The AAP may be used to resolve issues while a case is in Appeals, after settlement discussions are unsuccessful and when all other issues are resolved but for the specific factual issue for which arbitration is being requested.
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We believe that the diversity and professional training of our members enable us to bring a balanced and practical perspective to the issues raised by the Chief Counsel notice.