Challenges

Challenges

A challenge is a general term referring to things that are imbued with a sense of difficulty and victory.

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Peter The Rock - Catholic View - Challenges - Schism
... most widely-known crisis, as well as its largest challenge to authority, came with the "Great Western Schism" (also known as the "Papal Schism") in the late Middle Ages, dating from 1378-1417 ...
Project Runway Canada (season 2) - Challenges - Episode 11: The Final Three
... The final three designers - Sunny, Jessica and Jason - are given six months to construct a 12-piece collection for a runway show at Toronto's Fashion Week ... With eight weeks until the show, the designers are discouraged when mentor Brian criticizes their garments ...
Collaborative Problem Solving
... to understanding and helping children with behavioral challenges that was first articulated by Dr ... The CPS model views behavioral challenges as a form of learning disability or developmental delay -- in other words, behaviorally challenging kids are lacking crucial cognitive skills, especially ... management in youth with a variety of behavioral challenges, including youth with bipolar disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Asperger's ...
Challenges - Other Uses
... Challenge (gasoline), a New Zealand gasoline brand Challenge (literature), an attempt to remove or restrict access to literary materials Challenge (NFL ...

Famous quotes containing the word challenges:

    The approval of the public is to be avoided like the plague. It is absolutely essential to keep the public from entering if one wishes to avoid confusion. I must add that the public must be kept panting in expectation at the gate by a system of challenges and provocations.
    André Breton (1896–1966)

    A powerful idea communicates some of its strength to him who challenges it.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)