The red team had several major problems during the service.
However, he is now back with the mother of his son, who also has major financial problems.
So we've major problems and they need to be taken up.
The £120 a night does seem to be a major problem.
And both have already had major problems with the law.
We've got a major problem and something has to be done.
In the end, the show went off without major problems.
But then you go to the human body, and we face three major problems.
I do, however, want to point out a major problem with such a plan.
The major problem is the deep fear people now have for their future.
The rate of other serious complications was 49 to 900 per million.
Three patients, or 1.8 percent of those in the study, developed serious complications.
These problems are rare but can cause serious complications or even death.
In some cases, these diseases can lead to serious complications.
Better to be ready herself, in case the strain brought serious complications.
But in that year, the film experienced serious legal and financial complications.
If eye problems are not treated, they can lead to more serious complications.
These illnesses can result in serious complications and even death.
Into the other two went medicines for more serious complications.
In severe cases, individuals may be at risk for certain serious complications.
For the most part, he has not had serious problems.
You've got some serious problems to work out in your head.
But the chance of a serious problem from a test is low.
The high cost of going to college became an even more serious problem.
I am 18 years old and face a serious problem.
They said the board was wrong to see such things as serious problems so early in the process.
People who don't know are at higher risk of serious medical problems and early death.
And I wouldn't ask you if we didn't have a real serious problem here.
These questions are still serious problems in every country today.
He is 68 years old, but was not known to have had serious medical problems.
We're having severe problems with population growth in the world.
But he had a severe problem with the chief's new evidence.
This led to severe economic problems in the company during the mid-1920s.
However the company ran into severe problems in the late 1990s.
And there are at least three severe further problems with this plan.
Sometimes the doctor can find severe problems before the baby is born.
People with severe problems may not be able to take care of themselves as adults.
Beyond that, many of the residents have severe personal problems.
Yet the very speed of that campaign led to severe military problems later on.
They adopted a 15-month-old boy who began having severe problems at about age 5.
Severe complications are more likely in young children and older adults.
It can have severe complications and high mortality despite treatment.
It's important to report and look very carefully at the severe complications.
Those who survive without treatment are likely to have severe complications and other cardiovascular problems, or to die suddenly during the following years.
There were 405 severe complications, and 78 children died.
As it is, the September political calendar presents severe complications.
Many physicians, as yet, may have had little experience or training in managing this disease and its associated severe complications.
Ward almost lost the leg after developing severe complications and he is back in hospital this week for further treatment.
Severe flu-related complications are most common in children younger than 2.
Subsequent infection with a different type increases the risk of severe complications.