It is simply impossible to square the circle
of a one?
He said: "I find it difficult to square the circle
of having a customs partnership which is very like the union we have now but at the same time Britain engaging in trade deals with third parties.
Might it be she really doesn't know, cannot square the circle
of freedom of movement and access to the single market?
The Swiss government is trying to square the circle
of implementing a cut in EU immigration decided upon in a 2014 referendum without rendering an economically important set of treaties with the 28-country bloc void.
And when we hear the majority of hospitals are in deficit we realise that to square the circle
in the NHS has gone from extremely difficult to almost mission impossible.
This realistic attitude will put Obama at odds with those who back his earlier tough position on Al Assad in both the US and abroad, but it follows on a recent statement by US Secretary John Kerry, in which he sought to square the circle
by agreeing that Al Assad must go, but by being deliberately vague on when that would be required.
For two years, the discretionary housing fund has been used to square the circle
for the most vulnerable.
Vague council in-house talk about now departed souls, and mere promises of no more cover-ups, do not square the circle
You can square the circle
of having really good people not on telephone number salaries and massive built-in bonuses," he told the programme.
How do you square the circle
in a situation where your business globally depends on the free flow of information and one (side) restricts that " Joerg Wuttke, president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, told Reuters of Google s retreat.
It was in response to a warning by the banks that they cannot square the circle
(that phrase again) of lending to aid recovery in tight markets while building up their reserves.
Hippocrates tries to square the circle
, and succeeds in squaring the lune.
In Written Lives, however, Javier Marias--a brilliant novelist, with one foot in the Trollopian pre-modern and the other in perfect strangeness--has managed, simply and offhandedly, to square the circle
of literary biography: noting the tendency of much modern fiction to edge towards the status of the essay (Guy Davenport, Alexander Kluge, Enrique Vila-Matas), he treats the twenty-six famous (and not-so-famous) writers in this collection as fictional characters ("which may well be how all writers .
I am now looking for some of these fresh ideas and if you have some to help square the circle
on infrastructure for our region then I would be delighted to hear from you.