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  1. Trouble is the Latin word for 'paper' is the same as for 'papyrus' and so this translation - tho' usual today - is not unequivocal. (Web site)
  2. Trouble was brewing in the LCMS as some seminary professors began to adopt historical critical methods in their classrooms. (Web site)
  3. Trouble was brewing in Dacia across the Danube, and the Parthians had not been punished for the destruction of Crassus' army. (Web site)
  4. Trouble is that the "previous" Windows platform only remains usable for a finite period of time.
  5. Trouble is that now I've updated my computer SimAnt won't run.


  1. He says that if weakness on one side of the body, trouble speaking, or trouble with vision occur, call 911 at once.
  2. Headache, trouble concentrating, memory problems, weakness, or unsteadiness.


  1. Why Snape hated Harry but saved his life whenever he was in trouble. (Web site)


  1. By the end of the 3rd century Rome was in trouble and everyone knew it. (Web site)
  2. Big Brain, the owner whose power dwarfs nearly everyone on the planet, but has trouble fitting his head through doors.


  1. Radiation can also be used to relieve symptoms such as pain, bleeding, trouble swallowing, or problems caused by the cancer spreading to the brain. (Web site)
  2. This can help relieve anxiety over symptoms such as swelling, trouble swallowing, coughing, and hoarseness. (Web site)
  3. Severe heartburn occurs every day and can cause problems such as trouble swallowing, bleeding, or weight loss.


  1. Next in your clean mouth routine is your tongue, and this is particularly important if you re having trouble with breath odor.
  2. In addition to all of the above, muscles of the lips and tongue may be weaker or less coordinated after TBI. The person may have trouble speaking clearly. (Web site)

Chase Drivers

  1. He's probably blaming Reutimann for that, but Biffle said Chase drivers have their own responsibility to stay out of trouble.

Jeff Gordon

  1. Lap 221 -- Jeff Gordon is on pit road after more engine trouble.
  2. But it wouldn't have changed my opinion." Jeff Gordon has won 79 races in his Nextel Cup career, but he has no trouble picking out a favorite.


  1. Kenseth reported engine trouble, came onto pit road where his crew fixed the problem, but Kenseth was too fast exiting pit road.
  2. Matt Kenseth – Kenseth had trouble in ’05 and again in ’07 placing 35 th both times. (Web site)


  1. Meanwhile his main rival in this tournament, Magnus Carlsen, kept up the pressure and his opponent Leinier Dominguez cracked in time trouble. (Web site)
  2. Martin and Earnhardt, meanwhile, might just want to stay out of trouble. (Web site)
  3. Meanwhile the Ducatis were in trouble, Melandri, Guintoli and Elias manning the bottom three places, and Casey Stoner not doing much better in 14th.


  1. They are "wise" workers of the magic arts, devoted to the gods, and in times of trouble, to each other.

Heart Trouble

  1. Many people do not find out they have the disease until they have diabetes complications, such as blurry vision or heart trouble.
  2. At Eton he distinguished himself at sports as well as music, despite early signs of the heart trouble that was to dog him for the rest of his life.
  3. If you're at risk for heart trouble, your doctor may want to check your heart by monitoring it while you exercise.


  1. Older people are at a greater risk for this kind of heart trouble.
  2. When that happened I thought 'oh boy, we're in trouble here.' The 8 car had some kind of problem off of two. (Web site)
  3. I was wondering if I might be having trouble with my lower thyroid and what symptoms should I be looking for that would indicate that kind of problem.


  1. Hornaday stayed out of trouble the rest of the way and went on to finish seventh, giving him the championship by 54 points. (Web site)
  2. In various minor scrapes Loki arranges to get the Gods into trouble, usually by giving away their treasures and then arranging to return them.
  3. Barrichello, third, had trouble with his fuel pressure and retired, giving the place to Prost.


  1. The guitarist's time in rehab was kept fairly quiet and for the next year, Stevie Ray and Double Trouble were fairly inactive. (Web site)
  2. The guitarist's time in rehab was kept fairly quiet, and for the next year Stevie Ray and Double Trouble were fairly inactive.


  1. This teen, Cyd Charisse, is very rebelious and gets herself into a lot of trouble. (Web site)
  2. Empala and the Floating Cities is a romantic-science fiction story of a woman who found herself in trouble, and learned to never give up. (Web site)
  3. In February 22, 1806, she found herself in even more financial trouble, so wrote once more to her friend Paul Revere asking for a loan of ten dollars. (Web site)

Flat Tire

  1. We had a little trouble in the fall race with a flat tire, but we were able to make up a couple laps and come back with a solid top five.

Tony Stewart

  1. Clint Bowyer and Tony Stewart both had trouble in the race, and a bad night for Bobby Labonte also he had several issues in the #71 car. (Web site)
  2. Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon, Kurt Busch, Dale Jarrett, and Matt Kenseth all had trouble at some point during the event that saw a record 11 cautions. (Web site)
  3. Tony Stewart, fourth in the Chase standings, had chosen to avoid trouble all afternoon by running up front.


  1. And these answers may help your doctor in finding the reason behind the pain quickly and without any trouble. (Web site)
  2. Your doctor may ask if you have had symptoms of a stroke (muscle weakness or numbness, lightheadedness, or trouble talking or seeing). (Web site)
  3. Or the doctor may have trouble hearing any breathing sounds. (Web site)


  1. We didn't come here to look for trouble, We just came here to do The Super Bowl Shuffle. (Web site)
  2. There's no need to look for trouble, give the temporary dental crown some consideration when eating. (Web site)
  3. The review will look at how astronauts are screened for psychological problems and whether Nowak showed any signs of trouble in her dealings with co-workers. (Web site)


  1. Earlier, Nadal had little trouble against Ferrer after conceding the first game to love. (Web site)
  2. With Simon holding set point in the 10th game, Nadal served his way out of trouble.
  3. Aiming for his fifth title at Foro Italico in six years, Nadal had trouble finding his range off Wawrinka's powerful serve.


  1. Federer didn't go down easily in the next game getting to 15-30 but Roddick served his way out of trouble.
  2. I wouldn't say that Federer is in big trouble.


  1. We'll just go to Talladega and try to stay out of trouble and hopefully gain some points back.


  1. But Busch lost his chance to win when he slowed on the track and pitted for engine trouble just before the final restart in that race.
  2. During May 2006 Talladega Superspeedway started to re-surface the track and the apron (trouble lane). (Web site)
  3. Meanwhile, Denny Hulme was quickly closing the gap on the lead, Peterson having major trouble with tire wear and fighting to stay on the track.


  1. Symptoms of a middle ear infection include pain, fever, trouble hearing, problems sleeping, and a swollen eardrum.
  2. Also call if you have fever, chills, redness, trouble swallowing or uncontrolled bleeding in the area. (Web site)
  3. Also, if you develop a fever after the test, have trouble swallowing or experience increasing chest pain, tell your doctor immediately.


  1. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include: itching of the skin, hives (raised bumps), swelling of the face, lips, tongue, throat, or trouble swallowing. (Web site)
  2. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include: rash, itching, swelling (especially of the face, lips, tongue, or throat), severe dizziness, trouble breathing.
  3. A patient who experiences fever, trouble swallowing, or increased throat, chest, or abdominal pain after the procedure should notify a doctor immediately. (Web site)

Lapped Car

  1. Although Reed had trouble with a lapped car the last three laps, he had enough of an advantage to win by six car lengths over Lynch and Gracey. (Web site)
  2. With the fastest car on the track, Gordon had little trouble beating the leaders to the first turn as the lead lapped car on restarts.
  3. McMurray and Mears then had trouble getting around the lapped car of Mike Bliss on the restart.

Kyle Busch

  1. Jeff Burton, Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne were strong in the lead pack, but Kahne parked his car with engine trouble after leading 110 laps.
  2. Bodine spun while battling Kyle Busch for the lead on Lap 81, but that trouble helped set up a fuel-mileage gamble for the No.
  3. And he will likely have three teammates (Jeff Gordon, Kyle Busch and Brian Vickers) around him helping to keep him out of trouble.

Lap 36

  1. On the next lap, Mansell's gearbox failed and soon afterward, on lap 36, Berger had fuel pump trouble, which forced him to retire. (Web site)
  2. On lap 36, Matt Kenseth, one of the pre-race favorites, in trouble with a smoking exhaust, pitted under green.


  1. In the race where Harvick finished 38th he had a top ten-day going for him before trouble found him. (Web site)
  2. He and Harvick exchanged the lead several times after Harvick had trouble on pit road. (Web site)


  1. BRUTUS Cassius, Be not deceived: if I have veil'd my look, I turn the trouble of my countenance Merely upon myself. (Web site)


  1. It was thought that Canas might be able to give Nadal some trouble, since the Argentine had already beaten Federer twice earlier this year.
  2. Trouble happened on lap 60 when Marlin, who was running seventh, radioed that he thought he had a tire going down.
  3. Meanwhile, Carlie Cooper and Vin Gonzales are in deeper trouble than they thought and Harry Osborn and Lily Hollister face the election results. (Web site)


  1. But anxiety attacks in 5 year old boys can be related to things like fear of going to school and being separated from parents or fear of getting in trouble.
  2. There he struggled to stay out of trouble and stay in school, yet thrived as a talented young rapper.
  3. In recent tests, one in three people felt bad enough to miss work, school, or recreational activity or had trouble sleeping after receiving the vaccine. (Web site)


  1. That same day, when it was time to board buses for Houston, soldiers had trouble controlling the crowd. (Web site)
  2. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air continues to run on Trouble, usually every day, and on Bravo. (Web site)
  3. Jimmy Elledge, crew chief for Scott Speed in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, found trouble on lap 60 that ended his day. (Web site)


  1. Like the previous Chase races at Dover, Kansas, and most recently at Talladega, a great portion of the 12 Chase drivers would have trouble. (Web site)
  2. Montoya can't buy a break and looks to be in deeper trouble each week as far as returning to the Chase.


  1. Stewart, who had trouble in the first two Chase races, narrowed his disadvantage to Johnson to 107 points.
  2. But the day belonged to Johnson who stayed out of trouble and ran consistently all day long to finish where he did and win the title with ease.
  3. He qualified well, and it’s safe to say Johnson and Chad Knaus are eager to prove their not in any kind of trouble by picking up a win here….


  1. One day while he was making a film at Sennett Studios, he was giving one director quite a bit of trouble. (Web site)
  2. While the daughters are more well-behaved, Scamp is a bit more of a rebel, getting himself into a little too much trouble for his own good.
  3. This is obvious with a bit of thought, but the trouble with GIPF is that sometimes you're thinking about other things. (Web site)


  1. You are comfortable at rest, but less-than-ordinary activities cause fatigue, heart palpitations, trouble breathing, or chest pain.
  2. Let your doctor know if you are having trouble with fatigue.


  1. Your baby has signs of severe meningitis such as trouble breathing or fever with a bulging soft spot on the head not caused by crying.
  2. Even people with generally good diabetes control can develop neuropathy, however, so it is important to keep an eye out for signs of trouble.
  3. Patients rely on their physicians to recognize signs of trouble, yet for common heart murmurs, that ability is only fair at best. (Web site)


  1. This can go two ways: 1) Kreacher will go the way of Cho and vanish into the pages or 2) He'll stir up trouble.
  2. Milo fled into exile and continued to live in Massilia until he returned to stir up further trouble during the Civil War.


  1. Busch said the thought of Edwards roughing him up for the lead on a green-white-checkered did enter his mind, and he did all he could to avoid trouble.
  2. Last year, we left Richmond and in my mind I thought we were in big, big trouble for the Chase.
  3. There were many blues in 8-bar form, such as " How Long Blues ", " Trouble in Mind ", and Big Bill Broonzy 's " Key to the Highway ".


  1. Save time and trouble by knowing the regulations before you go fishing for Alaskan silver salmon.


  1. The signs and symptoms of beta-ketothiolase deficiency include vomiting, dehydration, trouble breathing, extreme tiredness, and occasionally convulsions.
  2. Other signs may include sweating, nausea, vomiting, or trouble breathing.
  3. Cough; dizziness; headache; nausea; nervousness; sinus inflammation; sore or dry throat; tremor; trouble sleeping; unusual taste in mouth; vomiting.


  1. Possible side effects include bone and muscle aches, headaches, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and trouble sleeping.
  2. Acidity – Causes you burning, even Pain, in the abdomen [especially upper part]; Nausea; maybe vomiting; and, maybe Trouble in Swallowing your Food.
  3. Nausea, loss of appetite, diarrhea, dry mouth, trouble sleeping, dizziness, drowsiness, yawning, weakness, or sweating may occur.


  1. He tells Harry, Ron, and Hermione that they are in enough trouble and facing suspension for being out of bounds while they are in the Shrieking Shack. (Web site)
  2. Hermione has trouble coping after the war, but a phantom Lucius Malfoy has his own idea of how to help, at his price. (Web site)


  1. Draco finds pleasure in getting people he dislikes into any kind of trouble.


  1. Out of 10 drivers at Martinsville, my average pick was 17.7 due to Harvick and Montoya having trouble.
  2. Busch's truculent behavior on and off the track has gotten him in trouble with NASCAR and other drivers in the past.
  3. Trouble seemed to collect drivers all day, leaving only survivors.


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