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trouble

a. political unrest or public disturbances
b. the Troubles political violence in Ireland during the 1920s or in Northern Ireland since the late 1960s
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Troublingly, nor are they even allowed a dissenting voice.
The fund said HIV infections remained troublingly high among adolescent girls and young women.
Troublingly, the Beach Plan isn't North Carolina's only residual market insurance mechanism to expand in recent years.
Predator and prey fight for dominance in this willfully uncertain, yet troublingly evocative dual image.
Equally troublingly, the American-led liberal international order, which has created the conditions in which a number of Southeast Asian states have thrived, is now under threat with China acting assertively in nearby waters and challenging commonly held notions of freedom of the seas.
Troublingly, the current caretaker government, already mired in negotiations to form a governing coalition after the May elections, has few incentives to pursue long-term development now.
A book written by Jason's sister Tracey Corbett-Lynch tells how Martens concealed her history of mental health problems from her husband and became troublingly psychotic in the months leading up to the murder.
There weren't any obvious excuses apart from the fact he appeared to be even keener than usual in a first-time visor, which is surprisingly retained in the troublingly titled 'Beer Festival' Evening@thirskraces - Tuesday 17th July Handicap (4.50) at Thirsk.
And yet, even Sharansky found it troublingly difficult to get much of anything done.
But at the same time, Zidane lacks an obvious style in the manner of most modern coaches and, more troublingly, his teams often struggle to control games.
Most troublingly, the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime has been called into question.
News stories regarding shootings, particularly mass shootings, have been troublingly frequent of late, and many employers, including foundries have been inquiring about the rights and liability of employers and employees in the workplace.