Even if ranked-choice voting eliminates spoilers and resolves the lesser-of-evils quandary
, the system may have other problems that the existing one does not.
In the early 1960s my father, a construction worker, would come home from work complaining about a moral quandary
Virtually no one holds the school system solely to blame for its quandary
This month's cover story, "Time crunched" (pages 12-17), explores how this cultural quandary
plays out in the short term, how our day-to-day lives reflect a fast-paced culture and the pressure we face to do more, make more, and "be" more.
In the midst of discussing the ethics of all this, "multiple birth educator" Lynda Hatton mused, "The quandary
is, if you're killing your kids, how can you be a good parent?
In fact, I remember one time when I didn't even know what wasn't being done properly, but explaining why took care of the quandary
With a whole team missing through injury, unavailability, illness and work commitments, team boss Law could easily have been in a quandary
over team selection but his large squad has solved the problem.
The uncertainty leaves city and town clerks, who are charged with issuing marriage licenses, in a quandary
This gulf between his own intensive preoccupation with often little-known authors and the sketchy knowledge others may have of them has placed Simpson in a certain quandary
that is really no one's fault.
I HAVE been in a quandary
regarding a strange em ail I received yesterday.
On January 6, Florida voters faced a new quandary
in Broward County's special election for the District 91 state House seat left vacant by Connie Mack.
Even if Congress does not enact caps on noneconomic awards this year, there are other possible fixes to the medical malpractice quandary
, says Michelle M.
Without a government backstop, the solution to this quandary
is not easy to find.
The change has thrown these schools into something of a quandary
In the "Forethoughts" that introduce the collection, Ozick identifies as her central concern the quandary
arising from the uneasy relation between politics and art.