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American Eskimo Dog - Health
... purchasing a puppy should be aware of the genetic problems which have been found in some individuals of the breed, such as PRA (Progressive Retinal ... None of these problems are common and the breed is generally very healthy ... In addition to the rarer problems mentioned, the breed can have a tendency towards allergies and most commonly, tear-staining ...
New Universe - Publication History - Problems
... The New Universe was heavily marketed, but faced substantial problems ... Jim Shooter had planned to recruit top creators, but this became unfeasible when Marvel's corporate owners unexpectedly reduced his available budget ...
Ford Kent Engine - Problems
... The Kent engine was largely responsible for Ford gaining a name in the 1960s and 1970s for producing cars which were reluctant to start in damp weather conditions ... The position of the distributor tucked at the back of the engine beneath the inlet manifold made it an ideal candidate for attracting moisture and condensation with the obvious effects in damp weather ...
1975 Dutch Grand Prix - Race Summary
... in a cloud of smoke from engine problems ... so had it not been for those extra laps, the mechanical problems would have occurred during the race itself ... Emerson Fittipaldi dropped out with engine problems whilst John Watson broke a wing support and Carlos Reutemann got past Tom Pryce who was suffering from brake problems ...
Workers Party Of New Zealand - 2011 Leadership Resignations
... the organisation over standards and behaviour forced us to face the issue of why these problems arose – and, indeed, have often arisen ... Our conclusion is that the problems associated with low standards go much deeper than this or that individual or norm (or lack of norms) and are rooted in much ...

Famous quotes containing the word problems:

    The Settlement ... is an experimental effort to aid in the solution of the social and industrial problems which are engendered by the modern conditions of life in a great city. It insists that these problems are not confined to any one portion of the city. It is an attempt to relieve, at the same time, the overaccumulation at one end of society and the destitution at the other ...
    Jane Addams (1860–1935)

    I am always glad to think that my education was, for the most part, informal, and had not the slightest reference to a future business career. It left me free and untrammeled to approach my business problems without the limiting influence of specific training.
    Alice Foote MacDougall (1867–1945)

    The problems of this world are only truly solved in two ways: by extinction or duplication.
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)