- n. Plural form of woe.
“Comptroller John Liu 's efforts to find city pension-fund investments in Northern Ireland and Ireland, which lately has drawn headlines focusing on its economic woes, is raising questions about whether he's focused on investment or political returns.”
“Though Dennis believes at the core of the country's economic woes is a Federal Reserve that is out of control.”
“The move is a reaction to the recent headaches surrounding the euro and the longer-term woes of the dollar and the yen, long the bedrocks of currency trading.”
“The euro zone's long-term woes are arguably greater than Britain's, and its inflation less rapid.”
“The central explanation for Obama's woes is that he inherited a dire economic situation and it hasn't gone away: unemployment still stands at 9.6%.”
“Yet the problems are so deep, and local politics so fractured, that trying to solve California's budgetary woes is seen as virtually impossible.”
“The California Democrat believes that the solution to AIG's woes is outright government receivership ...”
“Hillary's answer to our gas woes is actually very similar to Dubwh's answer to the foreclosure problem - throw 'em a coupla dollars to keep 'em quiet.”
“James 'woes from the foul line continued: He entered as a 68-percent shooter this season, and was 7-for-12 Sunday. ...”
“Chief among the country's current woes is corruption.”
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