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Page 7 of Teaching Vol. 23, Issue 1 [page]

1950 Teaching  
But their problem, though important, remained untackled in spite of all the advances made in educational theory.  ...  Burt and others took up the problem of these backward children and formulated a number of ways to improve them.  ... 

Page 539 of IDSA Journal Vol. 5, Issue 4 [page]

1973 IDSA Journal  
The explosive issue of redistributing feudal land among landless Muslims remains untackled for want of funds.  ...  The problem of the Filipino Muslims is basically a socio- psychological one. Military campaigns can control the law and  ... 

Page 182 of Foreign Affairs Vol. 22, Issue 2 [page]

1944 Foreign Affairs  
or else left untackled.  ...  What | uy have to say is chiefly directed to the internal economic problems of nations such as the United States and the United Kingdom — E though it is, of course, impossible to treat of these problems  ... 

Page 301 of Public Administration Vol. 13, Issue 3 [page]

1935 Public Administration  
It is pointed out that, high as the cost may appear in relation to the prospective results, the longer the problem is left untackled the more intractable it must become, owing to the rise of numbers in  ...  It is, however, urgent, in view of the prospective continuance of unemployment at a high level, to deal promptly with the growingly difficult problem of the older workers; and, in face of the resistance  ... 

Page 735 of English Review Vol. 4, Issue [page]

1910 English Review  
THE MONTH of the land in England remained untackled, the Lords knew that they were safe, for the land is the great question of this country.  ...  The problem of the Lords and of the hereditary principle is the question of the 735  ... 

Page 735 of English Review Vol. 4, Issue [page]

1910 English Review  
THE MONTH of the land in England remained untackled, the Lords knew that they were safe, for the land is the great question of this country.  ...  The problem of the Lords and of the hereditary principle is the question of the 735  ... 

Page 52 of Journal of Engineering Education Vol. 15, Issue 1 [page]

1924 Journal of Engineering Education  
How such men are to be found aud, when found, how to make them stay willingly, is indeed a problem still untackled in China. Chinese engineering stu- dents are generally criticized as not practical.  ... 

Developing a gold price predictive analysis using Grey Wolf Optimizer

Nurul Asyikin Zainal, Zuriani Mustaffa
2016 2016 IEEE Student Conference on Research and Development (SCOReD)  
However, there are still a lot of untackled questions and room for improvements in these forecasting techniques. This is because there are no optimal models for all forecasting problems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/scored.2016.7810031 fatcat:vg5bwsjsanbbxmw4tya4lworxu

Page 604 of The National and English Review Vol. 105, Issue 633 [page]

1935 The National and English Review  
That is not to say that the problem of defence remains untackled. As far back as the days of Federation in 1901, militia units and coastal defence works were in being.  ... 

The role of sibutramine in weight loss management; Symposium held on 5–6 April 2001, Rome, Italy

WPT James
2001 International Journal of Obesity  
The WHO issued an expert document in 2000, declaring obesity as 'the biggest unrecognised health problem' facing today's society. 1 The obesity 'pandemic' is also reflected in the signing, by some 51  ...  national ministers of health in the European region of WHO, of an International Nutrition and Diet Action Plan that prioritises obesity as a major, and largely untackled, health threat in this new millennium  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj.ijo.0801929 fatcat:3d332mtuyzexrcztofacniv46y

Page 541 of The Cornhill Magazine Vol. 64, Issue 383 [page]

1928 The Cornhill Magazine  
Under it the great prevention problem is left untackled : nothing at all is done to secure the respectable poor from drifting into pauperism, even though destitute through no fault of their own.  ... 

Page 3 of The Aeronautical Journal Vol. 28, Issue 157 [page]

1924 The Aeronautical Journal  
those troublesome difficulties skated over in days long gone by—problemis left untackled—raise again and again their ghostly form, until they are laid for ever by the needful resolution.  ...  With the problem of how to build a flying machine this lecture does not deal, but only with one aspect of what to do with it when one has it.  ... 

Page 160 of Psychosomatic Medicine Vol. 1, Issue 1 [page]

1939 Psychosomatic Medicine  
Many essen- tial problems remain untackled and un- solved.  ...  In all cases, the problem was a very deeply ingrained and repressed one, intimately organized into the whole personality.  ... 

Page 994 of American Journal of Public Health Vol. 45, Issue 8 [page]

1955 American Journal of Public Health  
Although the methods of dealing with problem families appear at first sight to be fairly costly, it is far cheaper than leaving the problem untackled.  ...  In the past, the children of problem families have eventually had to be ad- mitted either to Local Authority or voluntary homes.  ... 

Page 499 of The Living Age Vol. 311, Issue 4038 [page]

1921 The Living Age  
Britain is faced with the awkward problem of choosing between Japan and the United States and endeavoring to reconcile both; and the problem is complicated by the atti- tude of the colonies.  ...  Armaments may be modified; but that modification will at the best be no more than a temporary suspension of hostilities, so long as the fun- damental question of mastery at sea is left untackled.  ... 
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