There isn't any solution.
A fault common to scientists is mistakenly believing that every problem has a technical solution.
I found a solution, but I found it so fast that it can't be the right solution.
I was on the point of giving up when I suddenly hit upon the solution.
The iPad would be a perfect solution for me if it could properly display web pages with Flash content.
His explanation that a solution would take time didn't satisfy anyone.
You see, Kyohei, this question ... it's about saline solution but ...
That was a 'cutting the Gordian knot' type of solution.
Wilson's solution is similar to Hudson's in that they used the same constants.
The 5% topical solution was ineffective at reducing eczema outbreaks.
I don't mind your groping in the dark for a solution, but I wish you'd come to a decision.
I know that if we discuss it, we can find a solution that will satisfy both of us.
Thus, this is an ad hoc solution - good in practice but theoretically weak.
Have you considered the applicability of a software solution? Of course not. We're a small business that hand-makes wooden cookware.
I invented a new solution for the installation of safety barriers