"It seems dreadfully wrong not to have you when you feel so much!" she said with a little distress, and looking hopelessly around for some means of escape from her moral dilemma.
His concern at this dilemma (which would have been alarm, had he been a thriving man; but misfortune is a fine opiate to personal terror) led him to peer cautiously from the hay, and the first sight he beheld was the stars above him.
Yes, she would implore him by word of mouth to assist her in this dilemma.
In this dilemma Troy at once went out to reconnoitre.
"Now," said Troy, "you see my dilemma.
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It is an ethical dilemma.
Perhaps there is a way out of our present dilemma.