While long-term credit banks are authorized by law to issue bonds to raise fund, they are not allowed to take deposits the way ordinary banks are.
Frankie blamed his own blackness for his school problems. His real issue was that so did his teachers.
Dr. Svensen researched the issue so extensively that his bibliography makes up half the weight of his book.
I shall be introducing the street paper that is only sold by the homeless, "The Big Issue", started in England and has had its first Japanese issue.
You can see both sides of almost any issue -- and while it might exasperate your friends and lead to a few Hamlet moments, you're perfectly happy with your broad perspective
Kids these days think that any issue in life can be resolved as easily as restarting a computer game.
At present the text book issue between the Korean and Japanese governments is developing into a significant problem affecting both countries.
Parliamentary activity has become a political tug of war between the ruling and opposition parties over the issue.
They're used for surveillance at home and abroad, raising privacy issues everywhere.
Why does the government constantly have to issue new bank notes on a regular basis? The government constantly have to issue new bank-notes becausethe old one get dirty and torn.
Issue is defined as to deliver or distribute. An example of issue is to provide someone with a new driver's license.
to issue passports/visas; they issued a special set of stamps
English word "problem"(issue) occurs in sets:matura explorer upper intermediate module 1Creating and Calling Simple Overloaded Helper MethodsAngielskie słownictwo - zestaw 1Lekcja wygenerowana z obrazkaLekcja wygenerowana z obrazka
If you don't want to put on sunscreen, that's your problem. Just don't come complaining to me when you get a sunburn.
Not a day goes by without our hearing of an environmental problem.
Why don't you look into the problem yourself? It's your responsibility.
The problem with many things is the pre-conceived ideas we have about them!
What does Tom really think of the way we've been handling this problem?
It's unlikely that replacing the battery will fix the problem.
Before the arrival of the Europeans, yellow fever hadn't been a problem.
Not having dealt with such a problem, they don't know what to do.
I appreciate your problem, but it can't be helped.
Noise is the most serious problem for those who live around the airports.
If only you had helped me yesterday, the problem would have been avoided.
I think the only problem I have now is being shut in at home.
Because of the problem of air pollution, the bicycle may some day replace the automobile.
His loss of memory is a psychological problem rather than a physical one.
English word "problem"(problem) occurs in sets:Metoda Callana stage 5 lesson 63-64Steps Plus IV - Unit 6 - słówkaYou already know that:) - To już znasz:)English Top 1000 300-350biuro, budynki, cechy, cialo, czas, czasowniki
Don't make trouble.
It may seem like a lot of trouble to go through, but in the end, you'll be happy you did it.
They accused him of being in the classroom in order to cause trouble.
His intelligence and experience enabled him to deal with the trouble.
His novel ideas are time and again getting him into trouble with his more conservative colleagues.
Whenever you're in trouble or feeling down, I'll be there for you.
I've had a lot on my mind recently and have had trouble falling asleep at night.
Many native speakers of Japanese have trouble hearing the difference between B and V.
Keep a close eye on Tom and make sure he doesn't get into any trouble.
The man, who had not eaten for three days, had trouble thinking about anything except food.
If you're not prepared to take the trouble to learn how to train a dog, don't get one.
Please accept our apologies for the trouble this matter has caused you.
When I was in England, I had great difficulty trouble in speaking English.
The only trouble I've ever had was dealing with people who didn't like my personality.
Good morning. You're a bit late today, aren't you? "Yes, I ran into a bit of trouble."
English word "problem"(trouble) occurs in sets:Angielski - słówka 04Angielski - lekcja 14różne 12 styczeńSłówka na wtorekSłówka na wtorek
Excessive concern with safety can be dangerous.
Your concern for Her Eminence is appreciated and acknowledged. Your questions primarily concern genuine legislative committees.
The 'deep concern' of the Romanian parliament is completely unfounded and unjustified.
The impact of Emmet's theory on physics has been widely discussed, but this is not my concern in this paper.
Well then, it becomes a matter of urgent concern to the lurkers of this mailing list whether the guilty party confesses or not.
No, please don't concern yourself. I have learnt to do as the Romans when in Rome.
The loss of childhood spontaneity has caused widespread concern, as well as calls for review of the nation's educational and social structures.
We insist that during the next three days you make decisions which are fair to all generations and which show an active concern for the environment.
Where our children's education is concerned, no compromise is acceptable.
concerning decent conduct
There were lots of people on Facebook and others going out to look for him, so people were very concerned for him.
I think that his visits are the only real chance I get to talk about things that are worrying me - my health, my concerns about my grandson and his future, how to keep going
The safety of the ship is the captain's concern. The budget overspend is a matter of concern. The decision will concern mainly small businesses.
The recent rise in crime is a matter of considerable public concern.
English word "problem"(concern) occurs in sets:football violencekartkowka #5Business b2+
Never in his life had he encountered such a dilemma.
I’m in a dilemma about this job offer.
I was in a terrible dilemma over whether to take the job.
We got a little dilemma, but it's solvable.
a difficult situation or problem. "the insoluble dilemma of adolescence"
It was a real dilemma. I didn’t know what to do.
be in a dilemma
As usual, she has a lot of problems and dilemmas.
So now she had a terrible dilemma. To fly or not?
I've solved my gift dilemma
I'm in real dilemma because I've been invited to two parties on Saturna and I don't know which one to go to. to find oneself in a dilemma
Was there really no other way out of his dilemma?
to face a dilemma; to be in a dilemma
The company is facing a moral dilemma.
I am in a terrible dilemma.
English word "problem"(dilemma) occurs in sets:unit 7; człowiek
It's a nuisance having to queue for everything.
I don't want to be a nuisance so tell me if you want to be alone.
They viewed her as a nuisance.
The noise was so loud that it was a nuisance to the neighbors.
Chicken pox is an itchy nuisance for kids.
It's a real nuisance, I can tell you.
They're stupid children, what a nuisance, she said. I replied praising them: "What are you saying, They're both smart, with a good memory and a promising future"
What a nuisance that child is!
Beware of 'One Ring' malicious nuisance calls!!
Just how well can masks block the, even smaller than pollen, yellow sand dust? I think it much more of a nuisance than pollen.
It's a nuisance that I've got to work tomorrow. It's Sunday after all!
Working on Saturdays is a real nuisance for me.
Sorry to be a nuisance, but could I use your phone?
That little dog is such a nuisance. It keeps running around getting under everyone's feet.
English word "problem"(nuisance) occurs in sets:Matura Masters Intermediate Unit 10 słówka i wyraż...Unit 10 - KulturaUnit 10 MMIM