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Faced with a gesture like Di Bosis', I find usually that my sentiments are closer to those of my sculptor friend.
Faced with this situation, Postmaster Charles F. McKenna of Montpelier went with Fogg on a Burlington trip, and together they scouted the terrain on the heights of Berlin.
Faced, on the one hand, with an always exhaustible supply of his best wines, and on the other by a clientele usually equipped with inexhaustible pocketbooks, it is a wonder indeed that all wine waiters are not afflicted with chronic ambivalence.
Faced with the possibility of annihilation, Alboin made an alliance in 566 with the Avars under Bayan I, at the expense of some tough conditions ; the Avars demanded a tenth of the Lombards ' cattle, half of the war booty, and on the war's conclusion all of the lands held by the Gepids.
Faced with a desperate need for money, Nin, Miller and some of their friends began in the 1940s to write erotic and pornographic narratives for an anonymous " collector " for a dollar a page, somewhat as a joke .< ref >
Faced with a vacancy, Disraeli and Derby tried yet again to bring Gladstone into the government.
Faced with position 1, a novice player would create position 2 and lose.
Faced with an international economic downturn the government announced a $ 4 billion economic stimulus plan to spur employment and growth, and despite the global financial crisis, aimed for an expansion of between 2 percent and 3 percent of GDP for 2009.
Faced with a Turkish attack, Charles held the support of the Protestant German rulers, all of whom delayed the opening of the Council of Trent.
Faced with Ragnall's invasion, Ealdred came north seeking assistance from Constantine.
Faced with continued currency depreciation, the government resorted to more drastic measures and in January 1999 banned the widespread use of U. S. dollars for all domestic commercial transactions, a position it later adjusted.
Faced with enormous political opposition, so the DSM-III was in serious danger of not being approved by the APA Board of Trustees unless " neurosis " was included in some capacity, a political compromise reinserted the term in parentheses after the word " disorder " in some cases.
Faced with declining sales and the prospect of bankruptcy if it lost, Fawcett capitulated in 1955 and ceased comics publication.
Faced with opposition from the parlements, Calonne organised the summoning of the Assembly of Notables.
Faced with inroads into its non-Victorian markets, Carlton and United Beverages ( CUB ) reviewed its product range and attempted to re-position some of its brands.
Faced with the potential decrease or cessation of some of the assistance programs upon the Compact's financial provisions ' expiry in 2001, the Government of the FSM in 1996 began to implement a program of economic reforms designed to reduce the role of the public sector in the economy.
Faced with a high crime rate, a public corruption problem, often violent harassment and intimidation by unknown assailants of human rights activists, judicial workers, journalists, and witnesses in human rights trials, the government began serious attempts in 2001 to open a national dialogue to discuss the considerable challenges facing the country.
Faced with the dilemma of what to do with the empty space left behind by the lack of large amplifier cabinets, Lee chose to decorate his side of the stage with unusual items.
Faced with a dearth of new material, most of the material was hastily written in the studio by Leadon, Hillman, and Parsons, with two Gilded Palace of Sin outtakes thrown into the mix.

Faced and problem
Faced with “ past technical deficiencies in telecommunications systems and equipment and software … that were traced to basic inadequacies in the application of telecommunication standards and to the lack of a well defined … program for their review, control and implementation ”, the U. S. Department of Defense looked to develop a series of standards that would alleviate the problem.
According to Szasz,the therapeutic state swallows up everything human on the seemingly rational ground that nothing falls outside the province of health and medicine, just as the theological state had swallowed up everything human on the perfectly rational ground that nothing falls outside the province of God and religion .” Faced with the problem ofmadness ,” Western individualism proved to be ill prepared to defend the rights of the individual: modern man has no more right to be a madman than medieval man had a right to be a heretic because if once people agree that they have identified the one true God, or Good, it brings about that they have to guard members and nonmembers of the group from the temptation to worship false gods or goods.
Faced with funding problem, scientists and engineers sometimes seemed pallid.
According to Szasz,the therapeutic state swallows up everything human on the seemingly rational ground that nothing falls outside the province of health and medicine, just as the theological state had swallowed up everything human on the perfectly rational ground that nothing falls outside the province of God and religion .” Faced with the problem ofmadness ,” Western individualism proved to be ill prepared to defend the rights of the individual: modern man has no more right to be a madman than medieval man had a right to be a heretic because if once people agree that they have identified the one true God, or Good, it brings about that they have to guard members and nonmembers of the group from the temptation to worship false gods or goods.
Faced with the problem of actors ' eyes appearing washed out or even stark white on film, Howe developed a technique of mounting a frame swathed with black velvet around his camera so that the reflections darkened the actors ' eyes enough for them to appear more natural in the developed film.

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Faced with record trade and budget deficits, though with an otherwise stable economy, the new Economy Minister, Celestino Rodrigo proceeded to apply " shock therapy ," ordering a surprise halving of the peso's value and, by forcing those who could to stampede towards the U. S. dollar, destroying the fragile financial balance that had been maintained to that point.
Faced with this option a German Admiral commented, " If the British do that, the role of our navy will be a sad one ," correctly predicting the role the surface fleet would have during World War I.
He told the BBC that he was " Faced with a choice between a front bench position that I have loved and doing what I believe to be right for my constituents and for the many hundreds of thousands of families who are ill-served by state education in this country, there is in conscience only one option open to me ," And arguing that " Grammar schools in selective areas are exactly the motor that does drive social mobility more effectively than comprehensive areas.
Faced with criticism that the band had strayed too far from its hard-rock roots and did not " sound like Petra anymore ," Schlitt responded: " Petra wasn't selling worth a stink.
Faced with the prospect of Elliot using Ra's al Ghul's support to turn on the Bat-family again, Tim Drake activated a contingency plan set in place by Wayne himself to transfer controlling interest in Wayne Enterprises to Drake " if something should happen ," leaving Elliot with no official standing in the company.
Faced with truck-related " accidents ," damaged carts, and injured fellows, the pushcart peddlers respond with the Pea-Shooter Campaign.

Faced and Western
Faced with the prospect of continued American reinforcement of the Allied armies, the Germans urgently sought a decisive victory on the Western Front.
Faced by the choice: to surrender or to continue the fight alongside the Western Allies, they opted for the latter.

Faced and proved
Faced with Paul's refusal to release even those suspects who had been proved innocent, Martinus threatened resignation but this only resulted in accusations being made at him directly as well.

Faced and be
Faced with the choice of turning in a man who'd done only good acts for years and had saved Javert's life, or of letting a known criminal go free, Javert ended up " requesting of God " that he, as he'd asked M. Madeleine so many years before, be " dismissed in disgrace " -- he committed suicide.
Faced with the potential overthrow of the Danish crown, Christian stood down and dismissed his own government, installing a compromise cabinet until elections could be held later that year.
Faced with the refusal of the parliament of the time to give the right to vote to working people, the temperance chartists saw the campaign against alcohol as a way of proving to the elites that working-class people were responsible enough to be granted the vote.
Faced with the lack of evidence, his intentions can only be inferred from his actions.
Faced with the obstacles to be surmounted in " understanding " Joyce's text, a handful of critics have suggested readers focus on the rhythm and sound of the language, rather than solely on " meaning.
Faced with diplomatic pressure after UN Security Council Resolution 825 and the threat of American military air strikes against the reactor, North Korea agreed to dismantle its plutonium program as part of the Agreed Framework in which South Korea and the United States would provide North Korea with light water reactors and fuel oil until those reactors could be completed.
Faced with these threats, Petrosian devised a plan to maneuver his knight to the square d5, where it would be prominently placed in the center, and blockade the advance of White's pawns.
Faced with a wave of sell orders and needing to raise money for redemptions, the manager of an open-ended fund may be forced to sell stocks he would rather keep, and keep stocks he would rather sell, because of liquidity concerns ( selling too much of any one stock causes the price to drop disproportionately ).
Faced with the knowledge that he would repeat every action that he has taken, an overman would be elated as he has no regrets and loves life.
Faced with the need to supply of process water per day to ROF Bridgwater, a new Royal Ordnance Factory about to be constructed near Puriton, the Chief Engineer of the Somerset Catchment Board revived Clark's plans, and combined the water supply solution with a drainage scheme.
Faced with the option of resigning or more bloodshed, Sánchez de Lozada offered his resignation in a letter to be read at an emergency session of Congress.
Faced with rising losses, in June 2012, the Belgian transport minister announced further reform: SNCB Holding would be split up, so SNCB ( the train operator ) would be separate from Infrabel ( the infrastructure owner ).
Faced with, amongst other things Lee Kuan Yew ’ s considerable rhetorical skills, Razak wanted young Malay leaders – grounded in their own faith and culture – who would be able to speak and if necessary debate both in the Malay language and English language.
" Hombre Lobo " is Spanish for " wolf man " or " werewolf " and may be a reference to E's unusually long beard which he originally grew when writing the song " Dog Faced Boy ".
Faced with multiple currencies in circulation, Prince Mihailo Obrenović ordered that a Serbian national currency be minted.
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