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challenge

1. US an assertion that a person is not entitled to vote or that a vote is invalid
2. Law a formal objection to a person selected to serve on a jury (challenge to the polls) or to the whole body of jurors (challenge to the array)

challenge

[′chal·ənj]
(communications)
To cause an interrogator to transmit a signal which puts a transponder into operation.
(immunology)
Administration of an antigen to ascertain state of immunity.
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What is being challenged? In Stage 2, the IA and PSP agree on the technical aspect of the PPP project.
From 20th October 2016, everyone at Emirates will be challenged to do 30 minutes of exercise every day for 30 days.
Defending Frequently Challenged Young Adult Books: A Handbook for Librarians and Educators Rowman & Littlefield, 2016.
Challenged participants have to either donate $ 100 ( ` 6,000) for the cause or douse themselves with ice water, film the entire process, share it on social media and nominate challengers to keep the chain growing.
Nadella then challenged Amazon's Jeff Bezos and Google's Larry Page to take the challenge, in an effort to raise money for the charity.
The navigational sidebar on the library blog featured specific titles that had been challenged in various communities as well as links to extensive lists of banned works.
They must first demonstrate that the spending being challenged presents some type of specific constitutional harm.
Most other sports have simple rules about use of a replay - certain calls cannot be challenged. So Bolton could not challenge every little detail.
They should be challenged to find technological solutions to everyday issues.
What conclusions can be drawn from this brief consideration of how just war as statecraft is challenged by current circumstances, and the three very different responses to those challenges?
(Aside from the tax credit, a real property tax exemption granted DaimlerChrysler by the City of Toledo had also been challenged by Cuno; this incentive was sustained by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals.