Examples of vexing in a Sentence
the constantly changing schedule was somewhat vexing, but I coped
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And nowhere is conducting that fundamental ecological research more vexing—or more important—than in the Twilight Zone.
In March, Mayor Carlos Gimenez pitched the plan as a fix to two vexing problems: the troubled canals and meeting a deadline to end the county’s decades-long practice of pumping polluted sewage offshore.
Villanova presents an array of issues for opponents, but the most vexing is this: The Wildcats have several lineup combinations in which all five players are capable of shooting accurately from three-point range.
This raises many vexing questions: How serious does a malady have to be to risk suicide while curing it?
Suez Crisis How to manage the frontier on the island of Ireland remains the most vexing issue in the Brexit negotiations.
The most vexing concerns whether Israel can tolerate the transfer of sophisticated Western arms and technology transfers to Arab governments.
In the second round. Done in by Syracuse's vexing zone, 55-53, in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
After an eventful stretch—that included becoming a father and dealing with a vexing injury—Fritz is back in the top 75 and arrowing upward.
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