use quandary in a sentence.
Seem like the Dropbox app will have this quandary but on an even larger scale.
I'm guessing Microsoft doesn't know yet how it's going to address this quandary.
I have long assumed that it will eventually be a moral quandary as to whether or not it will be ethical to turn off dwarf fortress.
Hmm, you may be right, which puts me in a quandary, since I still want POTS to survive, and I generally dislike government intervention.
Your entire counter-argument is based on a Ship Of Theseus quandary about what "I" is, and not about the "practical" grounds.
This whole rash of announcements have really put me in a bit of a moral quandary...
What a great solution to a moral quandary: take the high road, and sell it.
I was also struggling with a particular quandary (specifically, I was trying to define 'value')Is that you, Mr.
The last bundle posed an interesting moral quandary for me.
It's reasonable outline of the quandary of standard software engineering.
Wow,This certainly gives a powerful overview of the quandary of human beings in our modern world.
From the man page:The function below addresses the perennial programming quandary: “How do I take good data in string form and painlessly turn it into garbage?
I have a foolproof solution to your quandary, one which I've been using for years:Don't use Facebook!
I think NFC has potential to replace it altogether, but for the same quandary of having to launch a special app out to use it.
Facebook is in a quandary because it would be difficult to monetize (to the extent that it reclaims the 100B market cap) and still retain its user base.
My quandary: I don't trust any third-party client, and the clients I do trust are too cumbersome.
You pose an interesting philosophical quandary.