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“A situation where there may be infinite regress is popularly called a "chicken-and-egg problem" based on the question "What came first, the chicken or the egg?”
“In some ways, Mr. Manning's rating is the result of his willingness to develop a public personality — a chicken-and-egg scenario.”
“He said some property owners want to wait and see if electric cars sell well — the very chicken-and-egg situation that car makers and the government hope to avoid by having chargers installed first.”
“In a bit of a chicken-and-egg situation, European markets reacted to the U.S.'s economic climate and vice versa, Dow Jones Newswires's John Shipman reports on the News Hub.”
“Something else I'm concerned about is that in order to take the exam, you must FIRST be working as a financial analyst (I don't remember the exact requirement, but it is some nearly chicken-and-egg type thing).”
“Since aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases are proteins, that necessity suffers from the chicken-and-egg problem when trying to explain the origin of translation.”
“Thus, in an RNA world, there is not necessarily a chicken-and-egg problem.”
“Our principal, Susan Kurland, understood that Nettelhorst suffered from the classic chicken-and-egg dilemma: The school needed to improve to attract neighborhood families, yet it needed that same community to help direct, enable, and sustain that change.”
“This could be a chicken-and-egg problem, pointed out geriatric psychiatrist Dr. Gary Kennedy from Montefiore Medical Center in New York City.”
“That's a chicken-and-egg question best left to philosophers.”
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