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Examples of “problematic”

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Such green speculations are problematic and will not be pursued further; purely human needs are the concern here.
These works highlight the multifaceted and often problematic relationship of the past to the present.
People who were steroid injectors were removed, so only ' problematic' injectors remained (usually injectors of opiates and/ or stimulants).
His decision to exclude secondary stresses (1999: 14), but to include two 'equal' stresses, is very problematic.
He shows that the introduction of such systems has sometimes been problematic because of political, practical, and technical factors.
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Here we discuss a number of problematic theoretical and empirical issues related to his claims.
The notion of "change over time" in dream content (from ancestral themes to current themes) is problematic because such change would serve no obvious function.
Both approaches are problematic since they cannot explain why particles and idiom parts can be fronted.
What is morally important and problematic about organ transplantation is precisely that it may not be in the best interests of the donor.
Implementation difficulties remained, but implementation through the agency concept has become less problematic.
A child's behaviour was defined as problematic to the extent that it affected others.
We then arrive at the stalemate noted above where all solutions have Tigers College Stitched Jersey 2 Blue problematic aspects.